Sun Oct 29 08:45:08 CET 2006
ErlyWeb looks great !
A flat directory structure is probably enough for most thing. If you consider
a nested structure I suggest you use the "erlang packages" extension by
Richard Carlsson. It is included in Erlang, but not so well documented for
lördag 28 oktober 2006 22:46 skrev Yariv Sadan:
> I thought about this folder structure, and my opinion was that the
> nested folder structure is unnecessary for the majority of
> applications. Having a flat directory makes it easy to open files in
> an IDE such as emacs, and it also allows you to easily install 3rd
> party components by dragging and dropping.
> I think ErlyWeb should support the nested structure if you want it,
> but it shouldn't be the default.
> > Currently ErlyWeb creates the following directory structure:
> > /apps/music/components/musician.erl
> > /apps/music/components/musician_controller.erl
> > /apps/music/components/musician_view.erl
> > It might be easier for a large web app to keep controllers and views in
> > separate folders, like so:
> > /apps/music/components/controllers/musician_controller.erl
> > /apps/music/components/views/musician_view.erl
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