Thu Nov 4 16:55:57 MST 2010
problem we currently have which is not easily solved with our current
infrastructure, or a real world benefit we are currently lacking because
we do not have something labeled a "CMS", for us to even consider
committing to the maintenance of another framework.
On 11/06/2010 12:22 PM, Chris Little wrote:
> On 11/6/2010 3:49 AM, David Haslam wrote:
>> We have an ftpmirror that does not keep track of updates to scripts and
>> other software tools that we host.
> What you're referring to here (linking directly to the SVN versions of
> perl scripts that we maintain) would be akin to replacing every single
> binary we provide with nightly builds. We don't need to be publishing an
> SVN commit that I made just over 12 hours ago when it hasn't even
> undergone testing beyond one or two USFM docs. The perl scripts change
> seldom and slowly, and they are used and tested by very few people.
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