On Friday, June 19, 2020 at 8:09:04 AM UTC-4, Neil Van Dyke wrote:
> For an important production system, you probably want the source of any 
> third-party packages on which you depend to be in Git (or another SCM 
> system) that you control. 
> You might also want to audit those packages yourself, as well as audit 
> any new version changes to them, before you push to production. 
> After you do those things in SCM, depending how you do it, you *might* 
> find it's more convenient to simply load the third-party code you need 
> using the module system `require` only, without an additional package 
> system. 

While I see some benefits of this approach, I just looked at a typical 
Rails project of mine, and it has over 160 packages with some packages 
depending on different versions of other packages, etc., so I think 
managing all of this myself in git might be overly burdensome. Granted, my 
current Racket apps have far fewer dependencies, but I expect that may 
increase over time. 

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