>>You want an image that you can both use to compile as well as run a live
copy of the built binaries?
>>What would this image run in? VMWare?
Yes VMWare or separate PC
>>This is a build script. You're asking for interactive building and
Yes all of that + patch management
We have build script so I don't understand what is the point of
From: Joe Nardone [mailto:jnardone at gmail dot com]
Sent: Friday, March 02, 2007 2:43 PM
To: Alex M
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall-dev] announcing: m0n0dev v0.1.0 (dev tool for the 1.3
I would be much happier with this setup:
-You provide image with already installed BSD6
-Image has all core functionality for mono
-I can connect to image say on http port 8085 and get GUI of you project w/
-after I set VNC to read latest mono I should be able to access say http
port 80 and see actual mono
-Also SSH access is needed (but should not be included in release images)
-Patching functionality is needed to:
-Allow us to select in GUI like 3 options for each file (1. Sync new
versions w/ VNC 2. Notify About new versions (If I modified the file
manually) 3. Ignore new versions (Say ignore outo update of replaced image
-Also since we do modification the updater page in mono should be auto
reconfigured and in GUI we should be given options to put the server info
where we will publish our own custom patches.
No offense, but that's a giant laundry list and a pretty big leap from
what's essentially a bunch of makefiles. You want an image that you can both
use to compile as well as run a live copy of the built binaries?
What would this image run in? VMWare?
This is a build script. You're asking for interactive building and