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From: Peter Volkov <pva@g.o>
Subject: Re: Are tags just sets?
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 15:53:45 +0400
В Пнд, 27/06/2011 в 20:26 -0700, Brian Harring пишет:
> > Second, make a bunch of sets named kde-tag, editors-tag, xml-tag,
> > monkeys-tag etc.

I'd like avoid editing multiple files. Much better will be keep tags
with package.

> Counter proposal; use what you're proposing as a cache.  metadata.xml 
> is the proper place for this

++

> Roughly, and this is definitely a rough sketch:
> 
> <tags>
>  <atom val=dev-util/diffball>tag1 tag2 tag2 tag3</atom>
>  <atom val=">=dev-util/diffball-1.0">awesomeness</atom>
> </tags>

Since use dependencies eapi should be provided somewhere.

Also I like metadata.xml proposal since it'll be easy to use
per-category metadata.xml for all ebuilds to inherit.

--
Peter.




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