MPfm source code is now available on GitHub

If you are a developer and interested in getting frequent updates of the MPfm source code, you’ll be happy to know that it is now available on GitHub!

For now, I’m still using a private SVN server to commit code locally (it’s easier to integrate with the Mantis bug tracker), but I will synchronize both repositories as often as possible with git-svn. The awesome thing about git-svn is it can share commit history between repositories, so you can see all my commits from the last two years.

Update Febuary 7th 2013: Integrating the Mantis bug tracker with Github was much easier than I thought. I am thus no longer using a private SVN server. I have created a current branch with more recent changes. The master branch is more stable.

One last note: I’m currently refactoring the project to support multiple platforms. The projects should build properly on every platform (Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS, Android), but do not expect them to be a stable. They are alpha┬áversions so use them at your own risk.

Have fun!

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