[ng-dhtml] directory structure

Alex Russell alex at netWindows.org
Fri Sep 17 00:38:57 CDT 2004


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On Thursday 16 September 2004 4:09 pm, Dylan Schiemann wrote:
> Ok, to summarize what I'm hearing so far:
>
> - we pretty much agree on the general directory structure as
> proposed (that it is basically influenced by the package
> structure), and that classes are generally one per file, but not
> strictly enforced as this is often overkill.... and that a better
> way to do this may be to group closely related classes that are not
> separable into a single file. - that we will be relying on our
> build tools and packaging to group files more intelligently and for
> better performance, but that we should not be forced to use a build
> tool as a requirement to get a working version of the toolkit, only
> as a way to optimize it, and that bootstrapping and other dynamic
> loading mechanisms such as that used in burst can make this even
> more flexible.
>
> More thoughts?

I couldn't have put it better myself. I think that accurately caputres 
my personal thinking on the topic right now.

Regards

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