On 08/06/2013 02:36 PM, Colin Walters wrote:
On Mon, 2013-08-05 at 22:57 -0430, Robert Marcano wrote:
> So all those libraries that can be used on desktop and web clients
that uses the DOM, XHR, etc. node.js and gjs have independent
underlying platforms (custom and gobject-introspection respectively).
"*very* little code" is not an opportunity to say: "lets treat all of
them equally". Examples:  sjcl or  crypto-js. They aren't tied to
equally and share it all to the web wrongly
Java packaging guidelines make no distinction if the Java code is being
used on a web applet or not, and it shouldn't. If a package is reusable
and is being used on another package a link to it should be used, done.
/usr/share/java is not shared by default because there are Java applets
on the repository (VNC remote viewer). I know, I know applets are dying
but follow my idea
It makes no sense to serve gjs or node.js code to the web.