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Re: [sc-dev] its time for a User library

On 03 Mar 2006, at 15:16, crucial felix wrote:

On Mar 1, 2006, at 5:44 PM, Till Bovermann wrote:

I installed two different add-ons which interfere (conflicting names, etc...).

I think that in our little world there should be courtesy to not use conflicting names. It happens currently because people develop unaware of other people's usage. If it were in a single repos then the conflict would have been spotted easier.
Renaming files usw. is easy with svn.

why not add postfixes to the name of a class regarding the author/ project?



But I want to use them both.
(sounds like namespace...)
Or I want to use either the one or the other.
This means, that I need to explicitely include one lib to a patch (meaning to not include the other one...)

to a patch ?  I don't quite understand that part.

I think we should just use the current simple file of which paths to include in the compile.

Then a gui based utility can be written that scans the installed UserLib packages, finds all the .quark files (or whatever they are named) and offers to add/remove packages to the compile list. It would automatically select dependent packages and would show package descriptions.

ok, that fits my needs in all regards.
...perhaps we could name the conf-files .scuark ;-)

The utility simply edits that text file. gui-averse people can simply edit the text file.

i like that.