Hi Adam,

Thanks for your reply and I learned a lot.
I would like to ask you that since you have the idea to upgrade the 
Arches-HIP, do you think there will be a HIP for Arches v4 within 2 or 3 
years ? Is it possible?

Thank you!

Yi-Chou

Adam Cox於 2018年3月21日星期三 UTC+8上午3時22分57秒寫道:
>
> Hi Dale,
>
> Arches-HIP was originally a specific application *built on top of* Arches 
> version 3, which included definitions for 6 standard resource types, data 
> input forms and report templates for those resource types, as well as a set 
> of concepts (controlled vocabulary). With that in mind, check this out as 
> well: 
> http://arches-hip.readthedocs.io/en/latest/overview/#what-is-arches-hip. 
> In practice, arches-hip became the main entry point for developers working 
> with version 3, as a typical workflow was to install arches and arches-hip, 
> and then make new app from the arches-hip app template and then customize 
> this new app.
>
> So Arches-HIP proper (especially the arches_hip python package) *is* only 
> for v3. There are many projects out there still using v3, but no, that 
> version is not officially supported at this time. I personally would love 
> to be able to make some upgrades to v3 to 1) move to Django 1.11 2) upgrade 
> Python and 3) (maybe) wrap arches-hip directly into the main codebase... 
> however, I have not been able to put any meaningful work toward that 
> effort, and don't know when I will be able to.
>
> However, as you may have noticed, there is an "Arches-HIP" appendix in the 
> v4 documentation. I realize that is a little confusing, so I've just made 
> some changes to clarify things a little. What we have in v4 is an example 
> package (please see Next steps... 
> <http://arches.readthedocs.io/en/stable/installation/#next-steps> at the 
> end of the installation docs) whose contents closely resembles the original 
> Arches-HIP resource types from version 3. That's what is documented in the 
> appendix, and it's intended to give users a full set of branches and 
> resource models right away.
>
> I hope that clarifies things, and thanks for asking!
>
> Adam
>
> On Tue, Mar 20, 2018 at 10:19 AM, Dale Lloyd <dale....@gmail.com 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>
>> I am not clear on the difference between Arches and Arches HIP. Is HIP a 
>> package that extends the functionality of Arches, or is HIP a separate 
>> project?
>>
>> Looking here https://www.archesproject.org/documentation/, HIP is listed 
>> under the previous guides section as opposed to being listed under the 
>> current documentation, so I wonder if Arches version 4 is supposed to 
>> combine the functionality of Arches and HIP? Or has HIP been retired?
>>
>> HIP is built on Arches 3 - is this still maintained? The requirements 
>> list Python 2.7.6, stating that there are issues with later versions, but 
>> Python 2.7.6 has known security vulnerabilities, which I find concerning. 
>> Is it safe to use HIP? Is it possible install HIP in Arches V4?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for any advice.
>>
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