[ditz-talk] First impressions
nicolas.pouillard at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 04:34:11 EDT 2008
Excerpts from William Morgan's message of Tue Sep 02 04:09:57 +0200 2008:
> It sounds like "#" is problematic for a couple reasons:
> 1. shells interpret it as a comment delimiter
> 2. false positives (we're #1!)
> 3. Debian bugs, and whatever else is out there.
> So I'm thinking about @ as the identifier, and allowing both decorated
> and non-decorated ids on the commandline.
Sounds good to me.
> Specifically: on the commandline, accept 23, @23, <hex prefix>, @<hex
> prefix>, and component-23 as issue identifiers. In titles, comments and
> descriptions, accept only @23, @<hex prefix>, and component-23. Add
> an option to the configuration which controls whether to display the
> numbers or the names in system output. (Probably defaulting to names for
> legacy support.)
> Obviously things like email addresses are going to have @'s in them, so
> Ditz will only interpolate when there's a match with an issue id, and
> otherwise will leave the text as is.
> There is one additional problem with the unadorned numbers on the
> commandline: they can conflict with hash id prefixes. Ditz currently
> raises an error if the prefixes collide, so this behavior will just be
> extended. So it's possible that using an unadorned number on the
> commandline will cause Ditz to abort with an error message. But that's
> life in the fast lane---if you want to be 100% sure you won't collide
> (say, in a shell script), use one of the other naming conventions.
Nicolas Pouillard aka Ertai
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