[Bioperl-l] Splits again
Nathan S. Haigh
n.haigh at sheffield.ac.uk
Fri Jun 29 02:59:21 EDT 2007
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>> For that reason I very much like the idea of folding the current
>> split-out packages (run, network etc.) back into the core package so
>> everything is one place. Folding them back in should obviously wait
>> until everything is in place and working with core already.
> From an organizational standpoint, I'm concerned that with ~900
> modules in core right now, adding all of the additional stuff from
> the split-out packages would make for a daunting directory.
> But as you said, this is way down the road, so this proposal doesn't
> bear on the other, closer-to-now issues on the table.
I don't think this is an issue - it would simply mean everything is
under the same version control hierarchy. And with svn it's Soooooo much
easier to fiddle around with directory structures
>> Okay. Maybe it's worth doing on a branch as a test run when 1.5.3
>> is ready to go. We'll still need to get thoughts on this from other
>> core devs out there, and it prob. should until everybody is
>> comfortable with the idea.
> If we go forward with the CPAN split plan, I like the idea of having
> a trial. We can foresee some of the issues that such a change may
> bring, and yet still more no doubt wait for us once we do it.
Under svn it would be easy to make an "svn copy" of run, network etc
into a branch of live to test this out. Not that this might be a
problem, but: Since we are looking at bioperl-* packages being under the
same svn repository, then then "svn copy's" are cheap for disk space.
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