[Chandler-dev] Improving the migration experience
heikki at osafoundation.org
Fri Oct 19 17:16:53 PDT 2007
> Heikki Toivonen wrote:
>> bear wrote:
>>> actually the package systems allow for pre and post install steps where
>>> we can run export routines (in the pre) and then run import routines in
>>> the post install.
>> Yes, but that means needing to scan the disk to find the repositories.
>> Devious users can place the repositories *anywhere*.
> not if they use the official package manager to install - both debian
> and ubuntu have set locations for user related content managed by apps.
> and if a user has mucked about with it, then the check will find nothing
> and they will be hosed like any power-user mucking about with a system :)
I am not sure if we are talking about the same thing. I don't think a
packaged Chandler would in any way limit what the user can pass in for
For Windows and Mac (and Linux if users manually manage Chandler
install) we can make it work the way Reid suggested. For packaged
systems I think you would be required to scan the disk for
__repository__ directories. If you wanted to limit that to
/home/*/.chandler that would be a possibility, but users who placed
their repositories elsewhere would be pretty unhappy after an upgrade.
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