On 01/11/2016 2:40 AM, John Colvin wrote:
On Monday, 31 October 2016 at 09:56:09 UTC, ketmar wrote:
i investigated the possibility of having IV as collection of DUB
projects (again), and it is still too intrusive. alas. actually, i'd
like to feature IV as a set of libraries with dependencies on
code.dlang.org, so people can easily use 'em, but DUB isn't very
tolerant to things that aren't done in "DUB way". i am really saddened
by that, but i have no desire to work on DUB, neither to "dubify" my
workflow.


Are there any specific problems you came across?

If you could put up with putting each file (or maybe group of files that
might form one dub package) in to a separate folder, add a dub.sdl for
each folder, put a single dub.sdl in the root folder with all the other
folders listed in it as subPackages, then push the whole thing to
bitbucket, register on code.dlang.org and you're done?

If you really don't like having all those folders you could easily
create a script to move everything in to place. Could even be in a git
hook!

I've had a long chat with ketmar about getting it all dubified.
The biggest problem is not using GH or BB.

It was almost completed until having to change code.dlang.org to support his repo host, which was do-able but still more work then he or I was willing to put in.

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