<setenv>, <stage>

Mark Ellis mark.uzumati at virgin.net
Mon Apr 1 14:16:40 PST 2002


On 2002.04.01 23:10 Jesse Tie-Ten-Quee wrote:
> Yo,
> 
> On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 12:02:30AM +0200, Lee Saferite wrote:
> > <stage name="Prebuild - unpacking & configureing package">
> >    ...
> > </stage>
> 
> I was going to recommend this again, to reply to an earlier e-mail you
> sent, thou it looks like you and Neven seem to being sending e-mail
> after e-mail so i just had to scrap 20min of writting ;p :)
> 

It's crazy isn't it, veryone on happy pills or something :)

> > well, the problem, IMHO, with the <*build> elements is that you are
> > constrained in how you build a profile.  Is locks you into using
> > <prebuild> <build> <postbuild>, and it doesn't allow the flexability
> of
> > nesting the containers.  Without the nesting, you have the <setenv>
> and
> > <su> problems.  you end up with around 6 or so major container
> elements
> > instead of <package> and <stage>.  while looking at <stage>, maybe
> it is
> > a bit different in the fact that you specify a <name> element inside
> an
> > <*info> element, but with <*build> you are just making the 'name'
> locked
> > into the DTD.  Dunno. Guess I like the <stage> idea too much. I'll
> shut
> > up now.
> 
> I think the idea of a generic stag element that we can specify a name
> to
> it, makes sense.  Especially if we keep it simple.  Now, adding stuff
> like the su/group/user/env things is neat.  And i see where it makes
> sense.
> 
> However, the use of <stageinfo><name>blah</name</stageinfo> per <stage
> /> is just..well.. like c'mon.  Were aiming for KISS, aren't we?
> 

I think having name as an attrib solves this neatly. <stageinfo> is now 
not necessary unless you want to do something "special", which will be 
a minority case i think. Just using this as a generic container becomes 
much simpler.

Mark
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