Revived from the dead [Re: [squeak-dev] [Cuis] Cuis]
nicolas.cellier.aka.nice at gmail.com
Sun Jan 24 20:31:47 UTC 2010
2010/1/24 Igor Stasenko <siguctua at gmail.com>:
> 2010/1/24 Nicolas Cellier <nicolas.cellier.aka.nice at gmail.com>:
>> Continuous integration is not that easy.
>> However, I would try to make new developments in the bleeding edge
>> version for these reasons:
>> - react early to uncompatible changes
>> - propose hooks to reduce the level of kernel patching
>> You can't control everything but it's better to keep an eye opened
>> rather than discovering unwanted changes lately.
>> And it's even better if you can bend some developments toward your own
> Well, you can. But i think , then it is hard to separate the goals of
> what you want from your application
> and what you want from package (or system) in general. This could lead
> to inversion of your model,
> where design of base packages tends to serve only for your application
> and almost nothing else.
> We have a lot of such kind of things in squeak, where a package which
> should provide a generic interfaces,
> concentrating on some obscure bit of functionality, which used only in
> a single place of some dependent application/package.
Since you can't fully control, you also have to convince.
> Best regards,
> Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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