Re: package configuration design
>>"Joey" == Joey Hess <email@example.com> writes:
Joey> Well we already have a directory structure on the ftp site. The
Joey> problem is it's confusing. Is wget in net (makes ftp
Joey> connections) or web (makes www connections)? Is kernel-package
Joey> in admin (helps the admin do something) or devel (compiles
Joey> something) or misc? Is lilypond in sound (it typesets music and
Joey> can output .midi files) or tex (it can output tex files)?
__> find_section kernel-package
__> find_section wget
__> find_section lilypond
What you are missing is a simple index scheme. Rather than
devolving back to primal chaos, we should implement a simple indexing
scheme to find where a package is.
In the simplest incarnation, it would be a file:
Usin this simple scheme, dloc kernel-package would show you
the full path.
I do not find indexing a sufficient object to an organized
heirarchy for the config elements.
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if it were so, it would be; but as it isn't, it ain't. That's
logic." Lewis Carroll
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