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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: re-org
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2004 18:11:58 GMT
Adam R. B. Jack wrote:

> Stefano replied:
> 
>>>
>>> Any preference on if we keep ./python/gump or move to ./gump. [I go 
>>> back and forth]
>>
>>
>> I would strongly suggest to remove all mentions to programming 
>> language, unless there is a clear need to do so but this doesn't seem 
>> like the case here.
> 
> 
> I will try to get to it. I am shy of doing this 'cos last time I tried, 
> SVN crapped out part way. Perhaps some resource thing with such a big 
> move, or something. Maybe I'll try it commandline on ASF hardware, so no 
> network woes to add to the problem.

did you try to do a remove move?

>>> Any preference for the main scripts (entry points) to be in bin, or in
>>> root? [I think bin, to follow what Nicola started.]
>>
>> I would like to have *one* script, in root, called "gump" that did 
>> everything (and may call other scripts in ./bin, I don't care).
> 
> 
> Ok, well you now have one script in the root doign the main thing (a 
> full run). It is the same as the cron/gump.py except meant for humans 
> (so gives output). ["Yahoo, about darn time", shouts Nicola in the 
> distance. ;-) ]
> 
> Mind you, it could (perhaps) do with being merged with Nicola's gmp.sh 
> work in bin, which gives full access to everything. Still, it is a step 
> in the right direction.

expects patches soon ;-)

-- 
Stefano.


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