Of course we want to continue without waiting how DLTK project proposal will
be resolved in Eclipse Foundation context.
Next proposed steps:
* Set up project infrastructure, including:
1) Website hosted at SF. (not to loose information in case of xored software
2) CVS repository at SF for the same reason, as well as other services
provided by SF.
3) Build system/automated tests at xored's server. This is utility resource
and nothing bad if it will disappear for any reason; also I'm afraid that
build system will not fit into SF's per-project resource quotas.
I hope these steps will not take more than 2 weeks. Any comments/suggestions
* As for tech details, I'll describe ideas and implementation scenarios
soon, and it would be great if PHPEclipse will participate in
[mailto:phpeclipse-devel-admin@...] On Behalf Of Axel
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2005 2:48 AM
Subject: Re: [Phpeclipse-devel] Dynamic Languages Toolkit involvement?
On 10/26/05, Andrey Platov <andrey@...> wrote:
> Sure, those components are not possible without concrete language
> Idea is to provide reasonable abstraction layer within DLTK project.
How do like to start with DLTK project?
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