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Re: Distribution

From: Dimitris Dimitriadis <dimitris@ontologicon.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 11:29:44 +0100
Cc: <www-dom-ts@w3.org>
To: "Curt Arnold" <carnold@houston.rr.com>
Message-Id: <98BF277C-206C-11D6-9D3C-000393556882@ontologicon.com>
Good rework. Especially the index.htm is now much more readable.

A few comments:

On Tuesday, February 12, 2002, at 06:00 , Curt Arnold wrote:

> The distribution has a lot of apparently superfluous stuff and the 
> organization follows the development/build environment which is 
> unnecessary.  A couple of issues,
>  
> .FBCIndex, .DSStore, .FBCLockFolder
>  
> These files appear in a couple different places and take a large amount 
> of room, I do not know where they come from.
>
[dd] Probably inserted by my system, didn't even see them.

>  
> The distribution contains .js files and .class files that do not need 
> to be provided (the code of the .js files is a replication of the 
> similarly named .html files and we do not have a command line 
> ECMAScript harness that could use them).
>
[dd] True, but we need to decide whether to have the source there, both 
for Java and ECMA, just in case people want to write their own harness. 
I'd go for including them, which is why I had them in my distribution 
sent earlier.

>  
> I would rework the distribution so that it would have the following 
> structure:
>  
> /DOMTSL1Core-200202xx
>     index.html
>     matrix.html
>     w3c software license
> /java
>     junit.jar
>     junit-run.jar
>     dom1-core.jar
>     junit license
> /ecmascript
>     /jsunit
>    *.html
>    *.xml
>    *.dtd
>    *.svg
> /tests  (no need to make them several layers deep in a distribution)
>    *.xml
>    dom1.dtd
>    dom1.xsd
>    /files
> /doxygen
>    { doxygen output goes here }
> /resources
>    gif and script for index.html
>     
>  
> I'll attempt to do this evening US Central Time.  I'll have it 
> automated in the build.xml file (target dom1-core-dist) so that it can 
> be reproduced on demand.
Received on Wednesday, 13 February 2002 05:28:54 UTC

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