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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Adding Build-service function to Eclipse! Any suggestions?
  • From: Dirk Stoecker <opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 13:21:30 +0200 (CEST)
  • Message-id: <alpine.LNX.1.10.0804291316500.5144@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Tue, 29 Apr 2008, Marcus Hüwe wrote:

A common library would make sense for things like working with project dirs
and package dirs etc. This should be done in a "unique" way e.g. it
wouldn't make sense if each client has its own subdir (osc -> .osc, client1
-> .client1...).

Would that need a library? Wouldn't it be sufficient to establish a documented
standardized convention how to store data locally?

Hmm if I think about it again I would say no:) - if there's standardized way
how to store the data everything is fine. The only drawback is that each client
has to implement it from scratch - nevertheless this shouldn't be too hard
because it's just about parsing and interpreting xml files...

Actually it is very straighforward. Don't see any reason for support library functions here:

_apiurl https://api.opensuse.org
_osclib_version 0.99
_package alpine
_project home:dstoecker

The following two are from server (at least _meta is, I'm sure).

_files:
<directory name="alpine" rev="34" vrev="1"
srcmd5="3d3c9aa4d3e8977f875752064d197838">
<entry name="all-1.10_20080316.patch.gz" md5="feea012e1438dba9092ca49ae22a17c7"
size="168769" mtime="1205825205" />
<entry name="alpine-1.10.tar.bz2" md5="c507684620766ed091186785a0dccbca" size="4861929"
mtime="1205825256" />
<entry name="alpine.spec" md5="c83d88a072b15fa631ce5872a1fcd6a6" size="3100"
mtime="1205825258" />
</directory>

_meta:
<package project="home:dstoecker" name="alpine">
<title>University of Washington Pine mail user agent</title>
<description>Alpine -- an Alternatively Licensed Program for Internet
News &amp; Email -- is a tool for reading, sending, and managing
electronic messages. Alpine is the successor to Pine and was
developed by Computing &amp; Communications at the University of
Washington.

Though originally designed for inexperienced email users,
Alpine supports many advanced features, and an ever-growing number of
configuration and personal-preference options.
</description>
<person role="maintainer" userid="dstoecker"/>
<build>
<disable repository='SLES_9'/>
</build>
<url>ftp://ftp.cac.washington.edu/alpine/</url>
</package>

Ciao
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