-Re: github piggybank
Bill Graham 2012-03-27, 00:41
Breaking piggybank out into it's own repos has been discussed before and
would be an awesome thing. Dmitriy looked into this a while back. IIRC, the
challenge has been around complexity with managing piggybank/pig evolution
in a way that handles version dependancies well between the two. So for now
piggybank remains a contrib of pig, where they can evolve in lock step.
The Pig on github is just a mirror of Pig's apache svn, so you can
contribute via patches made from either.
On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 4:17 PM, Jonathan Coveney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> Generally, people file a JIRA with their update against the piggybank (in
> pig src, contrib/piggybank/java/etc) and helper functions live there. There
> are a couple other places, but that's generally the most active one.
> 2012/3/26 Corbin Hoenes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > I know there has been lots of discussion on git going on. I've been
> > wanting a place to stick useful UDFS that are pretty generic as well as
> > nice place to share other people's work. I was thinking github would be
> > nice place to do this (and have heard others say as much on this list).
> > I noticed we now have apache pig on github:
> > as well as a "wilbur" piggybank repository.
> > Is forking the apache repos and contributing to the piggybank inside
> > the best way to let people share/reuse these common UDFs or is there
> > something else?
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