DCOP D-BUS HAL and new cd's
ervin at ipsquad.net
Mon Sep 20 17:21:31 BST 2004
Le Dimanche 19 Septembre 2004 16:17, Simon Hausmann a écrit :
> On Sunday 19 September 2004 15:28, Kévin Ottens wrote:
> > The simplified answer is using sloccount.
> 3) Lines of code is a terrible metric on the quality, complexity and
> portability of software :)
That's why I said that my answer was simplified. ;-)
> Seriously, to me that is comparing apples with oranges. The linux portion
> is about extracting information from the kernel (into the udi hierarchy and
> name/value property sets) and the rest is about dynamically publishing that
> information over the system wide dbus. Two different solutions for
> different problems.
I put the metric for both to see the whole line of code numbers... But the
relevant part is the hald/linux one only. It was not for comparison
purposes... It was not a clever idea to put both after all.
But I still believe that having 10k lines of code for "only" extracting
information from the kernel is a lot. As I never stopped to say, I maybe
wrong (and I hope to be proved wrong as soon as possible ;-) ).
> I find the interface between those two much more interesting.
> http://freedesktop.org/pipermail/hal/2004-June/000421.html describes a bit
> of it.
That sounds as good news in the future.
Kévin 'ervin' Ottens, http://ervin.ipsquad.net
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Ne font reculer l'ignorance."
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