[Exherbo-dev] I broke everything, and you get to fix it
polatel at itu.edu.tr
Tue Aug 5 12:45:21 BST 2008
Mike Kelly yazmış:
> On Tue, 5 Aug 2008 14:01:25 +0300
> Ali Polatel <polatel at itu.edu.tr> wrote:
> > Rather than having per-category or per-repository defaults for
> > specific fields, it's more logical to make common-metadata.exlib a
> > special exlib which will always be inherited if it exists. It's order
> > can be: repo/exlibs/c-m.exlib, cat/exlibs/c-m.exlib,
> > pkg/exlibs/c-m.exlib
> I think you misunderstood me. I meant that some fields (like BUGS_TO)
> will almost always be useful to have specified on a higher level than
> the package level, but many others (like SUMMARY / DESCRIPTION) won't.
You're right, I misunderstood, sorry about that.
> I wasn't saying there should be any special mechanism for any of the
> specific fields. Rather, I was suggesting a general mechanism for using
> the general settings for fields first, then overriding them with more
> specific ones when available. For example, this require statement:
> require common-metadata
> might source these files, in this order:
> Bash would override the setting of any generally set metadata variable
> with a more specific one, if available.
This behaviour would be optimal in my opinion.
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