[Catalyst] Editor files, .svn etc. accidental loading by Catalyst; also, non-standard component structure

John Napiorkowski jjn1056 at yahoo.com
Sat May 13 06:23:07 CEST 2006


I think I could help out with some tests for this.  I
may not have enough Catalyst knowledge to write the
code yet.  I would also like to see changes to this to
make it easier to integrate with source control and to
allow users to drop in larges blocks of functionality
without disturbing their custom code.  My feeling is
that the primary M/V/C tree should only be for your
custom code.  This would make it more easy to clone
projects.  Anyway I subscribed to cat-dev.  Hope I can
be useful :) --john

--- Matt S Trout <dbix-class at trout.me.uk> wrote:

> setup_components is scheduled for a rework soon.
> As part of this, I'd like to be able to fix Cat's
> accidental loading of 
> editor files, svn files, and similar stuff. However,
> I'm going to need 
> tests, regexes and general dev help for this. I know
> a number of people 
> have asked about it and discussed the feasibility of
> providing a patch 
> for Module::Pluggable::Fast; part of the rework plan
> includes ripping 
> this out for something saner so please don't try
> that; instead, get on 
> catalyst-dev at lists.rawmode.org and reply here
> indicating your 
> willingness to help.
> I'm also interested in making "load everything under
> MyApp::(M|Model|V|View|C|Controller" the default
> rather than the only 
> way, to allow different directly layouts and
> subclasses of Catalyst to 
> add new component types. Again, anybody interested
> in this and willing 
> to help out reply here and subscribe to
> catalyst-dev@ please
> If you want either of these features, think hard
> about whether you can 
> help - I don't desperately need either so if nobody
> volunteers you 
> probably won't get 'em any time soon :)
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