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From Benoit Chesneau <>
Subject Re: can fauxton commit be tagged?
Date Sun, 09 Feb 2014 22:18:56 GMT
On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 10:31 PM, Simon Metson <> wrote:
>> > Seems awfully complicated to make fauxton erlang shaped when we
>> > already have the simple static file handler.
>> depends if fauxton eed more in the future. but for now I agree. Not sure
>> though how the final build could be done for the release? sub-modules? or
>> just a curl fetch and that's all?
> Assuming eed == need - I can't see how it would need more, it's a consumer of the API
not an API itself. If there was something it needed it would be built in the appropriate piece
of CouchDB and Fauxton would reflect the new API's.
> So, the question remains; what needs to be done to move fauxton to the new repo? IIUC
these new repos aren't ready for consumption, yet. Is that right?

Forgot to answer. Since then, things moved faster and Paul has
splitted all repos and created the multirepo branch of bigcouch. I
will do the same for rcouch in the morning.

imo putting fauxton in couchdb-fauxton with a simple Makefile would be
enough if you don't need any specific handler. The repo already exists
(couchdb-fauxton). Would be cool if you could add the current code to
it :)

- benoit

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