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Re: [jplatform] Library Management


smchristensen Feb 21, 2012 6:38 AM
Posted in group: Joomla! Platform Development
Take a look at Composer ( https://github.com/composer/composer ).  Symfony2 is moving to using this as its package/dependency mangement system for their 2.1 release.

Thanks,
Scott


On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 5:06 AM, Gary Glass <ga...@mccull.org> wrote:
This sounds a lot like Maven. There is a Maven for PHP project. I wonder if there's some useful work there that you could draw on.

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Gary Glass

On Feb 20, 2012, at 22:24, Andrew Eddie <mamb...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 21 February 2012 12:41, Jeremy Wilken <gnom...@gnomeontherun.com> wrote:
>
>> How open is the Platform to accepting a refactored library?
>
> Always open.  I guess the thing to think about is the Platform is
> trying very hard to get off the "CMS" so changes to the installer
> should be fairly low level and generic, and I think we'd move a lot of
> the custom adapters to the CMS tree (would have to think more on that
> one).  An example of that is how would one install something via a web
> services call (regardless of whether something is a CMS component, or
> some hitherto unknown entity, heck Drupal could be connecting to the
> API for all we care, the package for installing something should be
> able to take care of all the base work "somehow").  The key is working
> out what it's supposed to do so that would be great if you can do that
> Jeremy.
>
> To answer Gary's question, I think we are all looking at both pull
> systems (PEAR, phar, etc) and composition.  If you look at the changes
> in the application package, you'll see how this is heading with
> respect to composition.  And yes, interfaces have an ever growing part
> to play.  You'll see a bit in the UCM as well as the database refactor
> branch that is being tested at the moment.
>
> Regards,
> Andrew Eddie