[Nitro] Facets 2.0
george.moschovitis at gmail.com
Tue Jan 30 10:51:46 EST 2007
Ok, so to sum up, I will convert the code to use facets/core-or-more/xxx
for the time beeing ;-)
PS: Still waiting for the updated facets release :)
On 1/30/07, transfire at gmail.com <transfire at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 30, 8:37 am, "George Moschovitis"
> <george.moschovi... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hmm, I planned to convert all
> > require 'facet/xxx'
> > to
> > require 'facets/more/xxx'
> > or
> > require 'facets/core/xxx'
> yes, that's a good thing to do.
> > are you implying that core/more will be ...yore in 2.0?
> well "said" ;-) but no, not neccessarily. at this point I'm just
> exploring how to get rid of facet/ while potentially still offering
> the same kind of functionality. the reason core and more are divided
> into the require namespaces like that in the first place is b/c
> otherwise it's too hard to organize from a developers side of things,
> especailly when running rdocs on them. and i've gotten a lot of grief
> from the RubyGems and RDoc people about this --they are of the opinion
> that "one project == one rdoc", and the fact that there are two sets
> of rdocs for facets is stupidity on my part.
> on top of this, i don't know how offering stand-alone packages for
> each more lib plays into it. I just know that it's something we need
> to have to compete well with other project like codeforpeople--and
> somehow i have to figure out the best way to do it.
> forgetting the past for moment which would you prefer anyway?
> require 'facets/core/...'
> require 'facets/more/...'
> require 'facets/...'
> OTOH, it may not matter, I'm still not sure this is 100% perfect, but
> as of yet I've had no trouble with it:
> require 'facets'
> require '...'
> in any case don't worry about the potential for change in the future.
> it's still very far off, and when the time comes if requires need to
> change i'll write you a script to do it automatically ;-)
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