> On 2016-04-01 13:32, Pat David wrote:
> Jehan suggested that each script/plugin/asset have it's own git repo.
> This would be handy, particularly if script authors did this as well (as it
> considerably eases the inclusion of external repos as submodules).
> However, akk points out that many folks don't (won't?) organize their repos
> in this way (it gets a little... unwieldy pretty quickly if you have many
Whether or not we can get plugin developers to follow it, separating
scripts and plugins into different repositories seems like a good
recommendation, for a number of reasons. For plugin and script authors,
it would make managing bugs and user feedback easier. For end users,
it's also annoying to clone a large repository when you're only
interested in a small subset of its contents. If authors are really
going to lump together their plugins and scripts, we could at least
recommend that they try to only group together the things that are most
closely related. Create several smaller collections of scripts, instead
of one giant collection.
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