[erlang-questions] rebar3 dependencies

Michael Truog <>
Sat Mar 19 19:36:55 CET 2016


On 03/19/2016 05:24 AM, Fred Hebert wrote:
> On 03/19, Roberto Ostinelli wrote:
>> Tristan, Fred, Eric
>> That being said, I'd like for you, Tristan, Fred, Eric, to try and welcome
>> my little feedback here, and take it for what it is. I'd like it to be easy
>> and possible to discuss these ideas serenely, because relying on a system
>> that considers (or better yet, values) the community input such as mine
>> would make me sleep better at night :)
>>
>
> We do, Tristan even started a toy plugin here for you :)
>
> It would certainly have been easier for us if these concerns had been brought to us in the last year and a half we have spent in beta, alpha and pre-alpha, though, rather than week 1 after stable release.
>
> It's now too late to change the core, so we must think in plugins.  Hopefully what we can come up with will prove satisfactory.
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I have made sure to ask about this in the past, so I don't think you can claim
ignorance on this use-case.  The vendor plugin has been the first attempt
at a clear response, for which I am grateful.  rebar2 had its core changed
to become rebar3 and any source code that is not dead can change.
So, I see no reason why rebar3 is unable to change.  It isn't as if rebar3
has a technical design document to follow in a waterfall model or fits to
an ISO spec, or even an RFC.



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