[Nitro] Glue -> Facets
george.moschovitis at gmail.com
Sun Feb 25 15:14:46 EST 2007
I think I have told you about this before: The current organization of
facets is great. The only thing I would improve is to get to replace:
So I really would like to ask you to postpone the re-organization for a
little bit. Move the aforementioned files to facets so I can get rid of Glue
and both projects (Nitro and Facets) can move forward. What do you think?
On 2/25/07, transfire at gmail.com <transfire at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Feb 25, 12:24 pm, "George Moschovitis"
> <george.moschovi... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Tom,
> > can you please move
> > glue/cache
> > glue/cache.rb
> > glue/logger.rb
> > glue/fixture.rb
> > to facets?
> Sure. Except for one problem...
> I'm neck deep in an attempt to improve the organization of Facets --
> something I posted about on facets-universal. Unfortunately I havent
> gotten any input, and I am once again stuck in the thick of this. See,
> the really sucky problem is that Gems doesnt support subpackages like
> setup.rb does. So if I makes a subproject for all the more libs I will
> be left with some 70 gems. And the way gems handles dependecies --well
> who wants to type 'Y' for 70 dependencies? Now, I was planning to make
> a special packager that could bundle them all up in one package, but I
> run into the some of same problems I have now, specifically that the
> rdocs for each lib get mixed up with the others. And I can't do
> anything special about it because Gems generates the rdocs
> automatically on install. (To top it off, RubyGems just apdopted a new
> webpage that serves these generated rdocs online!). I mentioned the
> issue on the gem mailing list and was basically told it was my own
> stupid fault for organizing my project the way I had. Well that's just
> great! I have to choose between a huge number of dependencies or
> screwed up docs.
> unless someone has a bright idea....
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