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From Rafael Schloming <rafa...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: moving stuff out of the python dir
Date Wed, 03 Feb 2010 18:27:09 GMT
Ken Giusti wrote:
> Ah, yes - I see now.   I'm ok with extras/qmf/qmf[2], but that begs the question - what
about non-python QMF stuff, like other language bindings and cross-implementation interopt
> If we end up moving all qmf-related stuff into extras, then we'd probably need flesh
out a bit more structure for that qmf subdir.  e.g.:
>   extras/qmf/python/{qmf, qmf2, tests, ...}
>   extras/qmf/cpp/{...}
>   extras/qmf/bindings/{....}
>   extras/qmf/tests/{...}
> Thoughts?

My initial thought was to just to move the qmf library into it's own 
directory and let that evolve from there on its own.

Something like the above makes sense, one thing I've been considering 
doing for the python client that may make sense here as well is to 
introduce a src dir. This especially makes sense if you want c/cpp 
modules/bindings/etc alongside the python code, e.g.:



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