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From John Casey <>
Subject Re: Plugin standards (was Re: How set in project.xml ?)
Date Sat, 13 Dec 2003 17:01:20 GMT
I think properly placed touchstone builds in each plugin to check
assumptions would be a great's a mountain of work in its own
right, but it would also help to enumerate the different configuration
points that a plugin uses, and what they are used for...

On Fri, 2003-12-12 at 20:00, Christopher W. Farnham wrote:
> Perhaps there should be a plugin or test of some sort to validate 
> plugins and make sure that they
> adhere to some basic standards like using  ${} rather 
> than hardcoding to 'target/'.
> Anyone can write a plugin anyway they want, but this could be a 
> checkstyle type thing to help people out.
> I'm well aware that a suggestion like this is usually followed by a, 
> "Great idea, you should go ahead and do it." and
> I might... once I get out from this mountain of work I have.  Also I've 
> only written a few plugins of my own, but nothing
> too complicated or earth-shattering.
> Christopher Farnham
> Senior Consultant at Wrycan, Inc.
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