[sword-devel] "Known bad, do not test" modules in Beta
chrislit at crosswire.org
Fri Apr 2 11:34:22 MST 2010
Are you getting bug reports for them? What sorts of complaints are they
I might mis-remember the problems with them, but I thought they were
actually fairly usable and functional. Their main issue is that some of
them are in TEI P4, which we no longer intend to target as a markup
format (since we're going with TEI P5).
On 3/30/2010 8:04 PM, Nic Carter wrote:
> Hi all.
> Looking at the http://crosswire.org/wiki/Modules_in_the_beta_repository#Beta_Dictionary_Modules wiki page, it appears that we have many dictionary modules that are marked as "Known bad, do not test". I was wondering if we could move these modules to the "experimental" repo? That way users won't try to use them and instead find that they are broken and want to report them as so. Or move them to somewhere where users can't readily access them (both through adding the "beta" repo to their install manager and through the use of the SWORD lib's swInstallMgr->refreshRemoteSourceConfiguration();).
> I realise that it is called the "Beta Repository" for a good reason, but I'd really appreciate it if modules that are "known bad" were either deleted or moved elsewhere? :)
> Thanks, ybic
> nic... :)
> ps: I'm referring to modules that we know are properly broken. Others that "sorta work" and just have some minor issues are fine, but those ones are the ones we want to be testing in the Beta repo. the ones that are "Known bad, do not test" generally have major issues such that we don't even want to be reporting what's bad/wrong with them... :)
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