andy.doan at canonical.com
Wed Feb 15 18:15:32 UTC 2012
On 02/15/2012 12:00 PM, Zygmunt Krynicki wrote:
> Hi Andy
> Not using l-d-t is very much possible _but_ as we grow it will be
> harder and less likely to work. A plain virtualenv will obviously work
> (l-d-t also sets one up) as long as you don't care about performance
> and don't plan to use the scheduler.
For me, when I start with something new I want something that's not
going mess with my computer in ways I don't yet understand. I think it
would be a real plus and goal to keep things in a way that this type of
model can be used. There are obviously things like the scheduler where
that probably can't be avoided. However, I'm guessing a number of LAVA
consumers are going to be like me. They want to create a test and
possibly tweak a view of the data.
I think there might be 4 paths to help guys in my situation:
1. The approach I've been doing which may not work down the road
2. Update l-d-t to support some type of "develop" mode which does
what 1 attempts
3. A new script lava-develop-tool. Its like 2 but splits things out
into a new script. Just suggesting this in the event people like
2, but don't think its maintainable.
4. Tell me to stop being anal-retentive, grow up, and use the tool.
I can see good arguments for all options :)
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