On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 10:13 AM, Chris Calloway <c...@unc.edu> wrote:
> On 3/15/2010 7:33 PM, Maurits van Rees wrote:
>> As for this issue, I do not use the --svn-repository argument myself; when
>> you create a package, paster creates that egg-info directory and this will
>> also end up in subversion, which should never be the case.
> Good point.
> We may need to rethink the use of --svn-repository option.
> It may need (in verbose mode only?):
> a) a warning that it checks in egg-info (and why that is bad),
> b) a check to see if the template is for anything other than an egg (and
> take appropriate action).
> If I may play devil's advocate here, isn't the very idea that zopeskel
would do your svn checkin for you a bit overwrought? Is it so hard to run
the template and then do svn add? The easiest features to support are the
features you don't have, and with a feature like this it's going to be
especially hard to get right because different users are going to have
different expectations. I would, for example, consider anything that tried
to check in .egg-info to be broken. I would argue that maybe the right
choice is to drop this feature altogether and assume users can handle their
own source control.
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