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Re: where do side-projects go in trunk now that contrib/ is gone?
On 13 February 2013 20:07, Alejandro Abdelnur <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Steve,
> I like the idea of testing all FS for expected behavior, in HttpFS we are
> already doing something along these lines testing HttpFS against HDFS and
> LocalFS. Also testing 2 WebHDFS clients.

excellent. I look forward to your test contributions!

> Regarding where these 'extensions' would go, well, we could have something
> like share/hadoop/common/filesystem-ext/s3 and whoever wants to use s3
> would have to symlink those JARs into common/lib. Or having a way to
> activate via a HADOOP_COMMON_FS_EXT env which extension JARs to pick up. I
> guess the BigTop guys could help defining this magic.
> I was thinking of less of "where should it go at install time" and "where
do we keep it in SVN"

at install time you'd need the JAR + any dependencies on the daemon paths
-if it is to be everywhere- or uploaded with a job into distributed cache.
Testing that the latter works with filesystem.get() would be something to
play with.

& yes, bigtop could help there