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From Vadim Gritsenko <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: Separating build system sources from Cocoon sources
Date Tue, 18 Nov 2003 16:14:55 GMT
Joerg Heinicke wrote:

> Joerg Heinicke wrote:
>
>> Hello, folks,
>>
>> when trying to integrate gump2blocks.properties.xsl I came across 
>> some mixtures in our sources, which I would like to solve. Partly we 
>> mixed the sources of our build system with the Cocoon sources. In 
>> particular src/targets/*-build.xml and src/resources/dev/**. Those 
>> things are not needed for Cocoon itself and should be moved to 
>> tools/** IMO. So for example the blocks-build.xsl and check-jars.xsl 
>> are already in tools/src/*.
>
>
> One step further: mixing tools and buildsys is also not perfect.
>
> What about the following:
>
> COCOON_HOME
>  |
>  |- buildsys

..............

> - general: Is it overcomponentization? Maybe tools/buildsys/** is an 
> alternative, but IMO the directory structure is to deep then. And the 
> mixture of tools and buildsys is not very satisfying.


I would keep tools as it is; and it's meaning is "edit/build/run tools". 
Separating it further looks like overcomponentization, yes.

Vadim



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