[Slackbuilds-users] SlackBuild Template Script @Ezra

Martin Lefebvre dadexter at gmail.com
Wed Jul 12 13:45:03 UTC 2006

quick Q

do you guys use any kind of revision control (RCS, CVS SVN, etc)?

On 7/12/06, Ezra Free <ezra at slackbuilds.org> wrote:
> Robby Workman wrote:
> > Ezra:
> >
> > Sorry to bombard you with stuff, but there is a template.SlackBuild
> > script in ~/ that needs to be integrated into the site.  I think it's
> > best to have a simple link to the plain text file as opposed to
> > embedding it within a page layout, as it will be easier for us to
> > modify and (more importantly) for users to download the file
> > directly.  I'd like to link it from the submissions page and the FAQ,
> > but I can handle editing the html content files (assuming that's okay
> > with you) :)
> >
> > I'm not sure you even need to be aware of this if we're just going to
> > link directly to the plain text file, but I thought it better to be
> > safe than sorry... :)
> >
> > RW
> >
> it appears that guidelines.html is where you add this link in the html,
> and naturally you can go on ahead and do that at any time, that's why i
> put those portions into .html includes for you afterall :)
> it should be noted that i never once said i had any problem with anyone
> changing php code i've written, i simply would consider it very
> counterproductive to do so without making mention of it to me and anyone
> else who would ever be making changes to the code so I (or we if others
> start to take part in the php-writing) can have a solid idea of the
> codebase as a whole in mind.
> -ezra
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