Troy A. Griffitts
scribe at crosswire.org
Mon Sep 10 16:29:33 MST 2007
Sorry, my examples may not have been very clear. The reason I chose those
was simply because they are the locations on CrossWire where zips can
already be found.
Also, we use 'raw' in 2 different places, which also might have been
/pub/sword/raw - raw module library installation
/pub/sword/packages/raw - raw zip packages of single modules.
We also have:
/pub/sword/packages/win - windows installers for individual modules
/pub/sword/packages/mac - .swd modules for mac
Hope this clears things up.
I agree: ../ above repo root is slightly evil
DM's suggestion of a symlink to your cached directory is good.
Karl Kleinpaste <karl at kleinpaste.org> wrote:
>"Troy A. Griffitts" <scribe at crosswire.org> writes:
>> We could do something similar where we check, e.g. <Repository
>> Path>/../packages/raw/<Mod>.zip and use it if it exists.
>I am mildly uncomfortable with too much implicit navigation around a
>repo tree. In mine, there is just a "zip" directory, sitting at the
>same level as mods.d and modules. I don't see a lot of benefit to going
>up and around a directory level, or why e.g. "raw" is to be preferred.
>All that said, I'm not seriously uptight about any of this.
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