[Dancer-users] dancerctl - need feedback
xsawyerx at gmail.com
Thu Nov 24 14:01:15 CET 2011
Alright, considering we have some common ground on integrating paths here,
I think we can put this aside for a little bit while we individually (or
together :) work on maturing the independent parts so we could reach a
point in time in which it will be easier to integrate them.
I wish to integrate Carlos' work from GSoC (which posed quite some
difficulty) and make a few more releases covering issues which should be
closed. You want to mature dancerctl some more and decouple it from your
I think that we could work on these things and once they would be resolved,
we could resume discussion on integrating dancerctl into the core and how
to do that.
Thanks Nick. :)
On Thu, Nov 24, 2011 at 2:55 PM, Nick Knutov <mail at knutov.com> wrote:
> Integration dancerctl into the Dancer core is good idea, I was always
> wondered why `dancer -a` exists while `dancer start` don't.
> The technical side is more complex, at least I need separate repository
> for the first time to finish adaptation to our shared hosting (and I'm not
> good with git - it's my first time, I always used svn before).
> The first idea is just call dancertctl from dancer (something like `dancer
> start` calls `dancerctl start`) - this allows visually integrate them now
> while code will remain separate.
> Also it's will be good to mention this script on main site and
> documentation, dancerctl way to run and control app is much easier then all
> other ways known to me. This should be good for new to Dancer users.
> 24.11.2011 18:19, sawyer x пишет:
>> On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 7:35 PM, Nick Knutov <mail at knutov.com
>> <mailto:mail at knutov.com>> wrote:
>> The main question - is it ok to use
>> as default config files? Or may be better to change their names?
>> It would be hard for me to officially say yes. Perhaps if we could
>> integrate dancerctl into the Dancer core, this would make it more
>> possible. What do you think?
>> I imagine that meanwhile you could unofficially use it, and perhaps in
>> the future we'll need .dancer and ask you to change it to something else
>> like .dancerapps, or .dancerctl, or whatever. At the moment it seems
>> unlikely we would use .dancer.
>> What do you think?
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> Best Regards,
> Nick Knutov
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