Date: Wed Aug 30 23:38:13 2006
New Revision: 10707
updated notes to the framework team and added pointer to the todo list
--- review/plip125-link-integrity-bundle/README.txt (original)
+++ review/plip125-link-integrity-bundle/README.txt Wed Aug 30 23:38:13 2006
@@ -1,14 +1,25 @@
+dear framework team,
-it's taken me a bit longer for a number of reasons, but mostly because i
-was offline for the whole last week (which gave me enough time to work
-on the plip on the other hand). anyway, now the first half of plip 125,
-handling deleting items, is mostly done with only some minor issues and
-more tests missing. the other half, handling moved items, should be not
-to hard to integrate using topp.rose as already mentioned in the plip.
-i'm planning on working on both of this next week. however, i don't
-think the already existing code will change much because of this, so
-you might already have a look at it if you like...
+this bundle tries to implement plip125, link integrity. currently one
+use case (deleting items that are referred to by others) is implemented
+even though there are some things i'd like to improve in future versions
+(see TODO.txt). the second aspect of the plip, handling moved or
+renamed items by redirecting to their new location is still missing.
+however, whit's topp.rose product imho covers most of that, so it "just"
+needs to be integrated into the bundle. judging by the impression i got
+from looking at it, i think that shouldn't be too difficult, though.
+unfortunately, i will most likely not be able to do much for the bundle
+until the dzug sprint (from september 11th to 15th), at which i can
+continue the work on the bundle. the good thing about it is, that
+the two use cases are really separate issues (and can also be handled
+separately), so i don't think the already existing code will change very
+much because of this second use case...
andi zeidler (witsch)
+ps: i'll try to finally write up that long-planned document explaining
+how things work and why in the current code tomorrow, so the whole matter
+won't look too hacky to you... :) imho there's actually some reason behind
+it, so if you can wait another day or two before reviewing, please do so!
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+++ review/plip125-link-integrity-bundle/TODO.txt Wed Aug 30 23:38:13 2006
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+please see LinkIntegrity/TODO.txt