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Re: Development suggestions from an ENSIME developer

From: joakim
Subject: Re: Development suggestions from an ENSIME developer
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2016 22:50:05 +0200
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address@hidden (Phillip Lord) writes:

> Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:
>>> From: address@hidden (Phillip Lord)
>>> Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2016 19:40:24 +0100
>>> Cc: address@hidden
>>> There needs to be the willingness to adopt it, if we choose something,
>>> though.
>> Expect it to be adopted if it makes our jobs simpler, like faster, or
>> saves us from doing some of the stuff at all.  Otherwise, you will
>> have difficulty convincing at least me to move.
> *shrugs*
> As with everything, it will makes things somewhat slower during
> adoption. And I can only give you anecdotal evidence that it will make
> things better after adoption.
>> Also, I think the solution should support text-mode browsers, such as
>> Lynx or Emacs's eww on TTY frames.  IOW, anything that requires GUI
>> and won't work otherwise is probably out of question to begin with.
>> (This requirement is not for me personally.)
> If that is a hard requirement, then I think we are not going to get much
> further with a web 2.0 program. The best option is going to be somewhere
> to host clones for developers, and then use debbugs.

Gitlab has a cli-interface, so you can do things with it from a shell.

(FWIW I'm not doing any advocating here, I'm just helping to provide

I have set up gitlab instances for clients, and its not hard to do using

I don't find the gitlab bug tracker spectacular, but it's not designed
to be either, AFAICT. 

> But, it really is a hard requirement.
> Phil

Joakim Verona

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