Bugzilla Webservice Client in Perl
jpyeron at pdinc.us
Wed Jun 24 14:03:12 UTC 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Frédéric Buclin
> Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 5:42
> Subject: Re: Bugzilla Webservice Client in Perl
> Le 24. 06. 09 09:09, Max Kanat-Alexander a écrit :
> > I'd kind of prefer (b), at this point, though, because we don't yet
> > need or use WebService client code (except in our demo) and
> we don't
> > include code in the codebase that we're not using.
> What about contrib/ ? There is a lot of stuff there which we
> never use nor maintain. But I agree CPAN would make more
> sense. You can then update/maintain it independently of the
> Bugzilla release process.
I would strongly disagree. If this were part of BZ, and part of the release
process, it would make enterprise installations nicer.
Putting it in CPAN, while makes it easy to get to, does not encourage tracking
of BZ releases and features.
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