thomas.voss at canonical.com
Wed Jul 3 10:08:01 UTC 2013
I think pulling everything under mir::server is difficult as some of
the functionality is shared with the client and potentially testing
infrastructure, too. My proposal would be that we refactor into more
appropriate namespaces if required/when severe issues are encountered.
Doing a full sweep right now seems to be overkill to me.
What do you think?
On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 12:00 PM, Daniel van Vugt
<daniel.van.vugt at canonical.com> wrote:
> Looking through our class hierarchies, particularly in the server, it occurs
> to me that we cross namespaces a few times. This is particularly apparent
> trying to trace server logic through multiple subdirectories, which it
> crosses a lot. I'm referring mainly to:
> These namespaces are often so related and interdependent that I can't see
> the justification in them being separate. It just makes things more
> complicated. And if they should be separate then they're not quite separated
> in an optimal way yet.
> Does anyone have a good reason why server classes shouldn't live under
> mir::server:: ? I don't imagine many of the sub-namespaces are really
> required or even logical any deeper than that.
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