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Re: [DotGNU]Resend: A DotGNU-Contrib project

From: Gopal V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Resend: A DotGNU-Contrib project
Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 22:10:03 +0530
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If memory serves me right, James Michael DuPont wrote:
> We should have it running over some XMLRPC interface
> on top of JABBER/SMTP/HTTP . 

I was thinking of using a CVS + debian repository here 
(sic) ....

The guys who need CVS will understand what "dependency" is
and the others can add to sources.list and apt-get ...
or even put the source debs for the lazy hackers ;-)

> If you update a module, it can be pulled for testing 
> directly from you. 

Which is impractical for guys who come online for '3' minutes 
thrice a day ... (like me on a busy day ;-) ... The CVS + .debs
is a more practical (and waaaay easy) idea IMO.

> via a CPAN like interface. 

In fact I have been thinking all along in the debian angle..
why write your own "dependency" analysis when you have good
old apt-get ?

Morover I don't want more code to maintain .... than I absolutely
need to . A nice .deb repository and a CVS repository will do
for me. (atleast now)

Once we do have a Global Assembly Cache maintained by Pnet, we can 
consider a web bsed repository and a reference system like .......

                Comment="DotGNU XML Library",

> One of my stumbling blocks is the jabber, the anon cvs
> is broken

Don't think so... only some guy who doesn't release lock
on something , skip that project or do a co jabberd ...

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