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From Andrew Grieve <agri...@chromium.org>
Subject Re: Recap of command-line tools meeting
Date Fri, 03 May 2013 14:35:33 GMT
Great! Thanks for the recap Braden! The plan sounds great!


On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 8:22 PM, Braden Shepherdson <braden@chromium.org>wrote:

> Today, Brian LeRoux, Anis Kadri, Herm Wong, Steve Gill and me met up and
> discussed the plans for the command-line tools and 3.0. We were joined on a
> Hangout by Fil, and by Michael Brooks.
>
> Since it didn't happen if it didn't happen on the list, here's the summary:
>
> - Herm and Steve are developing a new test script for plugins, that knows
> how to set up mobile spec tests for that plugin into an app. We don't
> currently have a story for combining docs and tests between plugins; that
> will come after 3.0.
>
> - There are long-lived 3.0 branches in cordova-android, -ios, and -js.
> These branches are where the work to split the core into separated plugins
> will occur. We will keep these branches in sync as plugins change. To that
> end, we are starting with stable plugins that change infrequently, so that
> the volatile plugins (FileTransfer, above all) come at the end and right
> before the transition. Herm and Steve are working on this.
>
> - We prioritized the core plugins into rough order of converting them.
> Brian has this in a file; the wiki is still down D:
>
> - plugman still requires dependency support. universes and discovery are
> being punted to after 3.0. in the near term, it is deemed sufficient to
> have a plugin.xml specify <dependency> tags that give explicitly the git
> URL, commit hash, subdirectory and ID of the plugins it depends on. I will
> be taking this work over the next week while Fil is away at Adobe Max. He
> and I will sync up on Monday the 13th when he's back, and see where we
> stand.
>
> - cordova-cli is ready to go, except that it has a known issue where
> cordova prepare is deleting platform-specific www/ and breaking asset
> handling.
>
>
> Braden
>

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