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From Premek Brada <br...@kiv.zcu.cz>
Subject Re: proposal: a versioning repository
Date Fri, 11 Feb 2011 15:13:53 GMT
On 11.2.2011 15:33, Jeremy Hughes wrote:
> Hi, I was wondering if anything came of this. dev@aries.a.o we're
> discussing the need for this kind of thing.

Hi,

we have a prototype implementation working and will be posting a 
proposal to the ace-dev shortly (next week).  So stay tuned please :)

Premek


> Thanks,
> Jeremy
>
> On 23 September 2010 14:30, Premek Brada<brada@kiv.zcu.cz>  wrote:
>>   Hello Marcel,
>>
>> back to these emails again:
>>
>> On 17.9.2010 23:47, Marcel Offermans wrote:
>>>>>> - [if yes] How would you imagine/suggest such a thing should be
>>>>>> integrated
>>>>>>   into ACE?
>>>>> As you know, currently ACE supports a REST like interface for OBR, so
it
>>>>> would be nice if we could integrate it at that level. Eventually we need
to
>>>>> support adding bundles to the OBR from the web UI so integrating it there
>>>>> would also be nice.
>>>> OK, that's a plan already; I would be interested in putting together the
>>>> signatures for the REST interface.
>> I suggest that we have a look at this in London, time permitting.
>>
>>>> Any suggestions?  I haven't yet tried the web UI properly, will explore
>>>> that and try to come up with ideas.
>>> The web UI as it is right now consists of 4 columns (artifacts, features,
>>> distributions and targets). Dragging a local file into the artifact column
>>> could trigger an upload of that file to the OBR, and go through your
>>> versioning tooling.
>> That looks like a good idea, I have added it to the feature suggestions to
>> consider. However, we probably do not have enough people currently to work
>> on this; so I would concentrate on the REST interface for the time being.
>>
>>>>>> PS: A sort of advertisement: we have a bundle versioning service
at
>>>>>> http://osgi.kiv.zcu.cz/obvs/<http://osgi.kiv.zcu.cz/obvs/index.html>
 -
>>>>>> you are invited to give it a try, I would be interested in any feedback.
>>>>>  From the service on this website, I would like to get a bit more
>>>>> feedback about the actual analysis. As a test I submitted different versions
>>>>> of the compendium bundle, and that went well (in essence, the tool concluded
>>>>> that the versions were correct).
>>>> What kind of feedback would you like to get?
>>> I would like to see some kind of side by side comparison of the older and
>>> newer version and any changes that were made to the newer version:
>> <snip>
>>
>> Sensible and interesting indeed, thanks for the idea. I am putting it to the
>> task list for the next version of the service.
>>
>> Best ,
>> Premek
>>
>>
>> --
>> Premek Brada (Ing et MSc, PhD)
>>   Lecturer in Software enginering, Erasmus coordinator, Webmaster
>>   Department of Computer Science and Engineering
>>   University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, CZ
>>   <<    brada at kiv.zcu.cz | www.kiv.zcu.cz/~brada/ | +420-377-63-2435>>
>>
>>


-- 
Premek Brada (Ing et MSc, PhD)
   Lecturer in Software enginering, Webmaster
   Department of Computer Science and Engineering
   University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, CZ
   <<  brada at kiv.zcu.cz | www.kiv.zcu.cz/~brada/ | +420-377-63-2435>>


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