[development] Move all core modules into their own directories.
adrian at bryght.com
Wed May 3 11:44:41 UTC 2006
On 03 May 2006, at 1:02 PM, Bèr Kessels wrote:
> chx and I pushed forward that there is another way to store
> metadata: PHP.
> pro: we all speak PHP. Nothing new to learn. No parsers required.
> con: non-developers are not able to read/wrtie the metadata. IMO
> there is no
> need at all for non developers to get involved in the metadata.
They could be php, and I am leaning heavily in that direction, albeit
not in functions. The biggest con
however imo is that drupal.org needs to be able to parse these too,
and I'd rather not
be in a situation where drupal.org needs to run random php to be
able to do it's job.
> Fixtures in sympals scripts are pure PHP. :)
> I would love to be able to re-use core code for this in future, so
> I would
> love to see this path of 'store stuff in PHP' explored more.
I have a similar idea in the form of site packages. The only problem
is it will
require a database dump in my version. But at least the package will
what versions of which modules it need to be able to run.
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