Re: [alpine-devel] Re: [acf] Ideas for a new config framework, ACF2
On Thu, 29 Nov 2012 15:52:37 +0100
Jerry Jacobs <xor.gate.engineering_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> As i'm mostly a debian user I still like the ACF framework and kind of
> works on debian.
Kind of? What are the problems?
> I created some modules for it (apache2, paco, dpkg,
> git) and was not that hard. It would be nice to see the ACF2 framework
> also not to distro-centric where possible. Of course Alpine has a
> lightweight philosophy.
We are evaluating use of augeas which will consume 1MB+. It will still
be less than php/python/perl/ruby.
> Maybe you could consider like before a
> "baselayout" which is distro-centric. Then people can branch this repo
> and create there own.
Yes. I hope we can make it even more distro agnostic.
> When the framework is rewritten it should be as pluggable as possible
> and with documentation and examples which is currently missing.
Yes, it will be modular.
> and another Lua-like (based) lightweight programming
> language http://www.squirrel-lang.org which could be considered.
squirrel-lang looks actually very nice. But i could not find any
Thanks for sharing!
Received on Thu Nov 29 2012 - 16:58:22 UTC