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Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts

Author hdara at primavera dot com
Full name hdara at primavera dot com
Date 2004-09-29 10:16:43 PDT
Message That could be possible, and could be a good solution. Thanks for the idea.

Hari

Matt Avery <mavery at einnovation dot com> wrote on 09/29/2004 07:49:04 AM:

> I just re-read this and realized how confusing it is... what I meant to
> say was
>
> "configure your new version of MaxQ as an http proxy to re-record the
> script with the new generator?".
>
> Matt Avery wrote:
> > Couldn't you run your old scripts with your old version of MaxQ and
> > insert your new version of MaxQ to re-record the script with the new
> > generator?
> >
> > hdara at primavera dot com wrote:
> >
> >> Oliver Bock <oliver at g7 dot org> wrote on 09/28/2004 02:11:22 PM:
> >>
> >>
> >>> Nobody worried about making scripts backwards compatible when the
> >>> switch was made to HttpClient, and I'm not inclined to do so in this

> >>> case either because I prefer to keep the code as simple as possible.

> >>> (Your suggestion would require me to overload at least five
different
> >>> functions.) The change I've made takes scripts to a canonical form
> >>> that will not require changing again. However I will be happy to
> >>> provide a PERL script for fixing existing scripts if anyone wants
it.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Oliver
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> I wasn't even a MaxQ user when this change happened so I can't really

> >> comment on it, but whenever I make any change, I keep this in mind,
> >> because without an upgrade path there is no tool that will be
> >> successful. Imagine users having to constantly rewrite/fix their
> >> scripts just to upgrade to a version which has a fix for a bug that
> >> they are bothered about. All that I mean is that the runtime should
be
> >> capable of executing old scripts, even thought current script format
> >> is different. Of course, this is not a hard and fast rule, and
> >> providing a perl script (which will work, unlike the one which exists

> >> to split large scripts) can be a reasonable solution.
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >> Hari
> >>
> >>
> >>> ---
> >>> On 29/09/2004, at 03:29, hdara at primavera dot com wrote:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>> Oliver,
> >>>>
> >>>> I am wondering if any of your changes (such as using pythong arryas
> >>>> instead of ArrayList) are going to break existing scripts. What I
> >>>> recommend is to leave the original methods just like that and add
new
> >>>> methods for your changes (such as adding a method that takes arrays
> >>>> instead of changing the existing one). This will make it easier for

> >>>> uses
> >>>> to upgrade (including me).
> >>>>
> >>>> Thanks,
> >>>> Hari
> >>
> >>
> >>
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> >>
> >
>
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[maxq-dev] Obese scripts oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-27 14:51:38 PDT
     Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts fcohen Frank Cohen 2004-09-27 15:08:32 PDT
         Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts fcohen Frank Cohen 2004-09-27 15:21:33 PDT
             Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-27 20:59:38 PDT
                 Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts fcohen Frank Cohen 2004-09-27 22:14:42 PDT
                 Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts bitter lee 2004-09-27 23:37:48 PDT
                     Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-29 14:32:39 PDT
                         Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts bitter lee 2004-09-29 18:49:38 PDT
                 Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts bitter lee 2004-09-27 23:38:33 PDT
                     Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts hdara at primavera dot com hdara at primavera dot com 2004-09-28 10:29:04 PDT
                         Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-28 14:11:22 PDT
                             Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts hdara at primavera dot com hdara at primavera dot com 2004-09-28 14:29:05 PDT
                                 Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-28 16:10:32 PDT
                                 Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts avery1701 Matt Avery 2004-09-29 07:07:51 PDT
                                     Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts avery1701 Matt Avery 2004-09-29 07:49:04 PDT
                                         Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts hdara at primavera dot com hdara at primavera dot com 2004-09-29 10:16:43 PDT
         Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-27 20:54:23 PDT
             Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts fcohen Frank Cohen 2004-09-27 22:10:32 PDT
                 [maxq-dev] Regular expressions in Jython? fcohen Frank Cohen 2004-09-27 22:40:49 PDT
                     Re: [maxq-dev] Regular expressions in Jython? oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-28 14:08:27 PDT
                         Re: [maxq-dev] Regular expressions in Jython? fcohen Frank Cohen 2004-09-28 14:13:34 PDT
     Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts hdara at primavera dot com hdara at primavera dot com 2004-09-27 15:26:32 PDT
         Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts oliverbock Oliver Bock 2004-09-27 21:00:49 PDT
             Re: [maxq-dev] Obese scripts hdara at primavera dot com hdara at primavera dot com 2004-09-27 22:47:15 PDT
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