Changes to our Git infrastructure
thomas.luebking at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 16:25:48 GMT 2015
On Montag, 5. Januar 2015 16:40:52 CEST, Jan Kundrát wrote:
> Phabricator has an equivalent of rbtools/rbt called Arcanist
> which is written in PHP.
So this is actually a concern on a particular tool.
Leaving aside that Phabricator seems to be owned/maintained by Facebook Inc. (what alone may cause significant, though irrational, veto...) this is sth. that needed to be accounted.
How much of a problem it is is imo. atm out of scope, but eg. it would be less a problem on a fork/pullrequest driven workflow (esp. if a smart git hook would eg. support a "PULLTHIS!" keyword) but pretty much a showstopper for a RB/gerrit like approach.
==> The only relevant question to be answered in the current discussion is whether
"Just install php!"
is an acceptable answer to such concerns.
I'd say "no" (because php /is/ uncommon on client systems...) - but there's also phc which *might* cure this particular problem for Phabricator.
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