I'm going to trim the replies a bit so my comments are easier to find.

> Am 12.09.2015 um 00:09 schrieb Martin Čech:

>> In this case the naming kinda makes sense to me (lapps_stanford_2_0_0 and
>> lapps_stanford_2_1_0 that is). However could the remote Standford API
>> version be a parameter of the tool instead? i.e. you would have only
>> 'lapps_stanford' and select the version you want to use from a dropdown and
>> the tool form would adjust (this is technically possible and used) and
>> after execution called the right underlying script?

Yes, this wouldn't be very difficult, but I think I prefer keeping everything 
as distinct as possible.  That way changes to the v1.1 wrapper for the 
lapps_stanford_2.1.0 tools are guaranteed to have no effect on the v1.0 wrapper 
for the lapps_stanford_2.0.0 tools.  Also, all my wrapper XML files and test 
data are machine generated and keeping everything separate makes that process a 
little easier.

On Sep 12, 2015, at 4:09 AM, Björn Grüning <bjoern.gruen...@gmail.com> wrote:

> +1 for putting this all in one tool.
> I (as admin) should not decide which API version to use :)

The user would still be able to select which API version to use simply by 
selecting a different tool.  However, keeping in mind TS best practices I will 
likely go with whatever is the easiest to implement and maintain.


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