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Subject [CONF] Apache Qpid > Proton build system requirements
Date Thu, 24 Jan 2013 09:57:00 GMT
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    <h2><a href="https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/qpid/Proton+build+system+requirements?focusedCommentId=30750133#comment-30750133">Proton
build system requirements</a></h2>
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       <p>I agree with Gordon's top two priorities... I consider both of these to be
essential requirements.</p>

<p>(3) for me would be two have the source structure / build scripts we release to be
identical to that within subversion.  </p>

<p>Having the source / build scripts differ between how the developers use it and how
the end users experience it would seem to be to be a great way to ensure that we introduce
bugs into our user experience.</p>

<p>One thing that is absolutely not a priority to me is to make sub-directories of proton
to be completely isolated from each other. If a developer wishes to change the proton engine
API (s)he needs to be aware of the effects on all the language implementations not just their
favoured language.  </p>
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        <strong>In reply to a comment by <a href="/confluence/display/~gsim@redhat.com"
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                   >Gordon Sim</a>:</strong><br/>
        <p>My prioritised list would be:</p>

<p>(1) no 'foreign' toolchain should be imposed on developers that do not need it (vital
for end users, just nice to have for those contributing to proton itself)<br/>
(2) no duplicate copies of the same files in svn</p>
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