[Opa] Dependancy list
francois-regis.sinot at mlstate.com
Wed Aug 31 05:30:52 EDT 2011
Thanks for your interest in Opa. I think there's only one answer I can
give you, in the name of the Opa team: we're sorry, we apologize, and
we'll try to keep improving user experience.
Concerning libgdbm-dev, it's a rather new dependency and we are not sure
we want to keep it. At least we will make it an official dependency for
For the static inclusion of directory, you are very right: a simple
hlepful warning should be much better than a fatal error. We'll do that.
Thanks again for your report. I hope you will keep on using Opa.
Le mardi 30 août 2011 à 15:22 +0000, interval1066 at gmail.com a écrit :
> I think a lot of questions could be prevented by making it obvious
> that libgdbm-dev is a hard requirement. It would also help to mention
> in more than one small place in the documentation that the chat
> example requires you to create a "resources" directory in the
> program's cwd. The resulting "fatal" error from compiling the example
> is NOT helpful; it took me an hour to realize I needed to simply
> create the directory. If this is a common directory structure for many
> (or all) opa applications it really needs to be spelled out more
> plainly. I enjoy learning new technologies but it really needs to be
> as un confusing as possible. I understand that documentation is an
> effort but when you start to see a pattern that is easily corrected
> one simply has to say something.
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