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Define Compliance Levels #1606

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markus2330 opened this Issue Sep 16, 2017 · 1 comment

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markus2330 commented Sep 16, 2017

Before we release 1.0 we should define which parts actually make Elektra, and must be present in every libelektra implementation.

We should also define parts beyond the API:

  • What are the library names and how to locate the libraries.
  • Which tools are available.
  • Which plugins must work (or even test plugin compliance in both ways).
  • The meaning of keys below /elektra (and maybe even other parts of the key database)
  • Which test cases test which kind of compliance

Thus all parts of Elektra would be too big, we should define some levels of compliance, so that also small libelektra implementations have a chance to reach some level of compliance.

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Some ideas from the meeting:

standard storage format in Level 1
kdb get/set (tool) in Level 1
on-the-wire notification protocols in Level 2
Rest-APIs in Level 3
notification interface/eventloop in Level 3
global plugins in Level 4

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markus2330 commented Oct 26, 2017

Some ideas from the meeting:

standard storage format in Level 1
kdb get/set (tool) in Level 1
on-the-wire notification protocols in Level 2
Rest-APIs in Level 3
notification interface/eventloop in Level 3
global plugins in Level 4

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