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don't bundle dist.ini in distribution #8

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@phochste phochste merged commit af0332e into LibreCat:master Jul 3, 2015

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Hi Yanick,

could you please give some infos why the dist.ini shouldn't be bundled in distributions? As I see this is common practise in many distributions.

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jorol commented Jul 3, 2015

Hi Yanick,

could you please give some infos why the dist.ini shouldn't be bundled in distributions? As I see this is common practise in many distributions.

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Hi @jorol!

Having the dist.ini bundle with the distribution does no harm, but it is useless baggage. It's like installing the Makefile along with the program. And in almost all cases, it couldn't be used against the files as bundled in the distribution (as opposed as against the files in the repo) as 'dzil build' is not usually idempotent.

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Hi @jorol!

Having the dist.ini bundle with the distribution does no harm, but it is useless baggage. It's like installing the Makefile along with the program. And in almost all cases, it couldn't be used against the files as bundled in the distribution (as opposed as against the files in the repo) as 'dzil build' is not usually idempotent.

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Anytime. :-)

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Anytime. :-)

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