Previously Johannes Zellner wrote:
> something like a vim-pkg (vim script package manager) using a html form.
> Not bad. With features like `install' `uninstall' `upgrade'. :-)
> ... well I guess it should be kept simple.
Next we'll need to add dependencies and so as well.. might as well
come up with a standard way of making a vim script and create scripts
to automatically create .deb and .rpms from that.
> no problem. Something like a `nightly tar'. Cron is my friend. (or at
> least one of my friends :)
Built-in feature from sourceforge already I think.
> The problem arises when using the same project (vim) for scripts and vim
> itself as I've pointed out earlier. In principle this is the idea behind
> CVS but it would mean giving write access to the repository for about
> something like (currently) 200 syntax maintainers! There's no selective
> write access to CVS AFAIK.
There is indeed not
> Alternatively and maybe better is a php (or simple good old cgi) file upload.
> The syntax and script maintainers would upload the files which would
> then processed by either a nifty script or the maintainer of the
> archive. I think this is feasable. This could also be done for the
> language `po' files.
That would be a better option I think, and should be doable.
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