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Re: Packaging kamikaze

Author John W Duprey <jduprey1 at yahoo dot com>
Full name John W Duprey <jduprey1 at yahoo dot com>
Date 2006-03-27 21:18:01 PST
Message Neat, is their a package listing online for mandriva, I'd like to see
it listed. :)

Thank you for the feedback. I'll try to clean things up for .3 which
is slowly nearing completion.
I'll take your thoughts into consideration when packaging things up.


>
> What I don't understand, however, is why you did use perl for
> populating
> database, and php for exploring it, instead of using a single
> language?
>
Good question. It seemed to me that perl was a more suitable
language for back end hooks in subversion. I wasn't sure if the CLI
version of PHP was as common has PERL. Honestly, I don't even think
I gave PHP consideration to run anywhere but from within the apache
environment. Another "good" reason for PERL is that I was able to
take a large portion of the code from example hook scripts - code for
parsing the results of svnlook, etc.

Does it make a difference? I suppose it imposes one more
requirement, PERL (with DBI support), but you'll find that in just
about any environment that also has PHP.

Thanks again for your feedback..

I have a working version of the .3 code here:
http://www.iduprey.c​om/kamikaze3

I plan to add RSS support and call it quits for .3

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Packaging kamikaze Guillaume Rousse <Guillaume dot Rousse at inria dot fr> Guillaume Rousse <Guillaume dot Rousse at inria dot fr> 2006-03-19 13:24:42 PST
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