Random thought I just had about MQ
hopper at omnifarious.org
Thu Jun 28 17:13:51 CDT 2007
On interesting thing about MQ is that often my queue of patches doesn't need
to be a queue. Often the patches are relatively independent of each-other.
But remembering to try to handle things that way is a big pain. This seems
like a case made for Darcs and its theory of patches.
The problem Darcs has is that it becomes very slow because the algorithms
for determining patch order take a long time to run with a lot of patches.
Perhaps Darcs is what should be used to manage MQ patch queues since one of
its strengths is detecting patches that have no dependencies on each-other.
Anyway, this is a random fluffy idea and may be totally worthless for
reasons I haven't thought of yet. Or my understanding of the situation may
be totally off-base. I just thought I'd throw it out there.
Have fun (if at all possible),
Eric Hopper -- http://www.omnifarious.org/~hopper/
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