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From "Vadim Gritsenko" <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject RE: Proposal: Inclusion of CocoBlog in scratchpad
Date Thu, 08 Aug 2002 12:05:28 GMT
> From: Stuart Roebuck [mailto:stuart.roebuck@adolos.co.uk]
> 
> On Thursday, August 8, 2002, at 10:18  am, Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
... 
> > Let's make a cocoon-apps CVS repository that can trigger the
> > compilation of Cocoon by assuming that the cocoon2 CVS is checked
out
> > in the same common dir.
> >
> > It would make it easier also for the cleanup that's gonna take place
> > soon.
> >
> > So, how does this sound?
> 
> +1
> 
> I think the idea of a cocoon-apps area closely associated with the
> Cocoon project is essential.  The separation of apps from cocoon is
> important, but it is also important to the Cocoon project to have lots
> of apps that turn Cocoon into a quick to implement solution for a
whole
> range of applications.  It makes no sense to force people to locate
> these applications in timeconsuming-to-setup separate projects.  In
> some cases it will be these apps that 'sell' Cocoon.
> 
> However (and this is a minor point).  I have a lot of frustrations
with
> the configuration of the Avalon project, and one such frustration is
> the dependancy of projects upon other projects with critical namings,
> that are required to be in the same common parent directory and have
to
> be built in a particular order in order to function.

I think Cocoon-apps's build can invoke Cocoon's build, so this should
not be an issue.


> Cocoon applications will be dependant upon Cocoon: I therefore suggest
> that the cocoon-apps directory should be located *inside* the cocoon
> CVS repository.

Not sure that this is better.

Vadim


> Stuart.


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