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Re: [yast-devel] y2m use cases
  • From: "J. Daniel Schmidt" <jdsn@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2014 17:41:38 +0100
  • Message-id: <2027314.Ha4ffQKj5I@belana>
On Friday 28 March 2014 14:34:14 Roman Neuhauser wrote:
Think of:
* you add a new module name to your FAV list
* then you run "y2m FAV $change_author_cmd

Then I would expect that y2m notices that the new repo is missing,
does the proper cloning and then executes the command.

i would expect y2m to bail out and let me resolve it. :)

Let me put it this way: y2m should be able to do it.
If it transparently does it for you could well be a configuration option.

Its about choice. y2m is your (read "the YaST team's") tool, it should serve
the people working on YaST. So redesign it in a way that it serves your needs.

Same for the blacklist feature, that some poeple miss in y2m (opposite of

what happens when the intersection of the two lists is not empty?

Thats up to the implementer. It was just a general idea.
Implementation details can be discussed when it gets implemented.


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