I hope this is the right way to ask (and if it's already answered
somewhere feel free to point me to it). I have a question regarding the
new WC, but first some background:
we primarily develop Lotus Domino applications, and a few years back we
decided to start using a real development environment (at least for code),
instead of what Lotus thinks it is (well, they don't, but have never
fixed it anyway). So we moved all our code to Java and switched to
Eclipse. To do that, we dump all our code to the disk, develop there and
re-import to Domino when finished. Seems like quite a long way, but isn't
really. Eclipse also gave the ability to use the Subclipse plug-in and
Subversion for source control.
Since then two things have happened:
- the new Notes client is based on Eclipse,
- you started your work on the WC with its centralized meta data
So this opens up possibility to extend Subclipse to link directly with the
new Domino client, having all sources on the Domino server, and the meta
data on the developer's disk. But...
When I thought about it, I also read the old notes about the new WC. There
it says that all operations work on streams, except the diff (IIRC), which
needs FILE. It seems to me, that replacing the disk for network access
would not be hard for streams, but quite impossible for FILE. So my first
idea was that for that one (few) operation(s) that actually needs FILE to
dump it to TMP in the background and give the API a handle to that...
So basically, what I'm asking (while you're still in the API design
phase), do you think the new WC will enable us to do that? Or, if
currently not, would it be possible to tweak the API so that it would?
If I was unclear in any way, please let me know.
Thanks and best regards,
Inženir v tehničnem področju
Customer Support Engineer
NIL Data Communications, Tivolska cesta 48, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone +386 1 4746 500 Fax +386 1 4746 501 http://www.NIL.si
Received on 2008-09-17 13:41:11 CEST