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Pig >> mail # dev >> Where do we want to put non-java source files?


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Re: Where do we want to put non-java source files?
+1 for src/main/ruby and src/main/java.
On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 5:22 PM, Jonathan Coveney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:

> So with the jruby addition (which I'm putting a cherry on top of as we
> speak!), there's going to be some source files in ruby. Given that we don't
> currently have (afaik) any code in languages other than java, there isn't a
> clear place to put this. The files are such that they can be packaged in
> pig.jar and referenced via that (hooray for jruby), but we need a home for
> them.
>
> The ideal would be src/main/ruby/, and move all the java to src/main/java/,
> but this seems like a pretty traumatic change at this point to accomodate
> one file...even if we add some python and more ruby files, it doesn't seem
> worth killing old patches.
>
> We could also do src-ruby in the base dir and just go from there?
>
> Thoughts?
> Jon
>

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