On Tue, 07 Feb 2017 16:35:37 +0000 "Laurent Bercot" <ska-supervis...@skarnet.org> wrote:
> >Thing is, I've always thought of anopa as a set of tools, that allow > >you to set things up however you want. I like that idea, and so > >that's why it doesn't create service(dir)s on its own, unlike > >s6-rc. > > I totally agree with that philosophy, but all the pressure I'm > getting is always in the direction of "make it more user-friendly, > accessible to normal people, integrate it more, more high-level > commands" - never the other way. Sure, I get that; And to be clear I wasn't in any way "criticizing" the magic in s6-rc, just merely explaining why I left it out of anopa. It certainly is a cool thing from a user POV to have s6-rc handle all that as simply/easily as it does. But even though anopa doesn't do this on its own, you're right, I should probaly have it (that "aa-command" longrun) somehow featured in anopa, or make it easy for people to use it without having to figure it out & write it on their own... Still thinking about how I'll do this. Thanks!