On 1 Nov 2016, at 8:31 AM, Martín Ferrari <tin...@tincho.org> wrote:
> On 31/10/16 14:20, Martín Ferrari wrote:
>> Unless somebody thinks it is a bad idea, I will split x-tools into more
>> packages, at least to keep the web crap away from the important stuff.
>> I am undecided if I should also split the source package, to maximise
>> isolation. Thoughts?
> In the end, I did a big clean-up. I realised that by dropping
> cmd/heapview, I could solve the most pressing problems now. So I have
> just done that: heapview is not included in x-tools any more, after this
> migrates to testing, we can reintroduce it in a separate binary package.
> I also repackaged the source to completely remove third party js code,
> and static.go blobs. I patched godoc to use on-disk files instead.
> Also, solved the inconsistencies where godoc and others were using files
> that belonged to the -dev package.
> Hopefully, in 5 more days this will migrate.

Great - thanks Martin!  I think that's probably what I should have done in the
first place instead of trying to get everything working.  (-:


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