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By: Ikkei
RE: I've removed the old aversa.rb code... [ reply ]  
2004-09-10 23:42
Good morning Tom,

thank you for the cvs information.
I will move them tonight.

By: Tom Copeland
RE: I've removed the old aversa.rb code... [ reply ]  
2004-09-10 14:22
> I am using cvs repository untidy,

No problem! I will watch for your checkins and "cvs up" as needed.

> Is this alright ? how to 'mv' in cvs
> mv A B, cvs remove A, cvs add B, cvs commit

Yup:

cp A B
cvs rm -f A
cvs add B
cvs ci

The "cvs rm -f" is kind of convenient, because it does both a "cvs remove" and also deletes the file.

Yours,

tom

By: Ikkei
RE: I've removed the old aversa.rb code... [ reply ]  
2004-09-10 00:44
Thanku,
Although, now, It's going to be dirty code
by side effect of optparse.


After I read this:
http://www.rubygarden.org/ruby?ProjectDirectoryStructure

I did not know ./lib is for script in ruby, and
I though 'aversa' also can be modules/library.
and removes all the 'bt' prefix and use module name.


# ./bin --> install to PATH
./bin/aversa

./bin/aversa can be few lines of bat/shell or ruby script.

# ./lib --> install to RUBYLIB
./lib/aversa.rb
./lib/aversa/download.rb
./lib/aversa/rename.rb
./lib/aversa/track.rb
./lib/aversa/view-metainfo.rb
./lib/aversa/


I'm sorry, I am using cvs repository untidy,
at the working time.
I will rename and move them later.

./bin/bt-*er.rb/ -> ./lib/aversa/*.rb

# Is this alright ? how to 'mv' in cvs
# mv A B, cvs remove A, cvs add B, cvs commit




By: Tom Copeland
I've removed the old aversa.rb code... [ reply ]  
2004-09-08 14:37
...from CVS. I think your code is much better and is much further along. I still have my old code as a backup, but from now on, I'll work on yours primarily. Onward and upwards! :-)

Yours,

Tom