?SRS ODD-archive? Usefull?

Bruno Lacroix blacroix at genset.NoSubdomain.NoDomain
Thu Mar 16 09:06:50 EST 1995


In article <3k1kn2$d7v at zaphod.crihan.fr>, risler at cgmvax.cgm.cnrs-gif.fr (J-L Risler) writes:
|> In article <3jn2vp$5ug at news.rrz.uni-koeln.de>, sprengel at scan says...
|> >
|> ......  stuff deleted .....
|> >
|> >It seems to me, that with the increasing interest in SRS and more
|> >programmers writing their own sdl definitions, it becomes really
|> >difficult to incorporate new definitions in a "running" installation.
|> >Thure also confirmed that the situation tends to develop in an
|> >"chaotic" direction.  Obviously there are no separately maintained
|> >srs-source-xxx.tar and srs-odd.xxx.tar archives available.
|> >
|> >What do you think about the idea to maintain such an archive to
|> >    prevent the diverging of the definition files?
|> >
|> 
|> Although I have no precise idea of the way this could be done, I think it 
|> is an excellent idea! Please go on !!
|> 
|> -------------------------------
|> Jean-Loup RISLER
|> risler at cgmvax.cgm.cnrs-gif.fr
|> Centre de Genetique Moleculaire
|> 91198  Gif sur Yvette  France
|> -------------------------------
|> 

I also strongly support the idea !


Bruno Lacroix
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