[Laszlo-dev] delete amazon autopngs?
jsundman at laszlosystems.com
Wed Nov 15 06:05:30 PST 2006
I thought that I had missed some new image format (autopng), but a
little googling seems to indicate that autopng's are a Laszlo-ism.
I'm confused, however, as to whether they're a tool that needs to be
explained to people moving over to Legals for DHTML, or whether
they're merely an artifact of our own interal processes.
Any light on this would be appreciated.
On Nov 15, 2006, at 8:32 AM, P T Withington wrote:
> I think autopng should refuse to autopng anything with more than
> 3-4 frames. Make the developer think about what they really want.
> On 2006-11-15, at 01:11 EST, Benjamin Shine wrote:
>> We're carrying around 10 mb of unused images and 10 mb of svn info
>> about the unused images for the amazon demo; see evidence at end
>> of message. I want to clear this out before we make legals-b1
>> http://www.openlaszlo.org/jira/browse/LPP-2938 shows that the
>> amazon demo is scheduled to be fixed for Legals B2.
>> I propose either
>> 1) delete amazon autopngs from legals-b1 branch but don't touch
>> amazon autopngs in legals branch
>> 2) delete amazon autopngs from legals branch, carry that deletion
>> into autopngs, and do a stopgap measure to stop using the
>> resources which become many frames of autopngs. That's what I did
>> for calendar.
>> Jim? Mamye?
>> [ben at linux-builder amazon]$ cd /home/ben/src/svn/openlaszlo/
>> [ben at linux-builder amazon]$ du -k . | sort -n | tail -10
>> 12 ./images/.svn/text-base
>> 924 ./images/autoPng/.svn/prop-base
>> 924 ./images/autoPng/.svn/props
>> 924 ./images/autoPng/.svn/wcprops
>> 1604 ./images/.svn
>> 10548 ./images/autoPng/.svn/text-base
>> 13448 ./images/autoPng/.svn
>> 23992 ./images/autoPng26108 ./images
>> 26516 .
>> That's disk usage in kilobytes for the directory listed and its
>> contents, sorted from lowest to highest, selecting only the
>> highest 10 results. Run that same command from $LPS_HOME for big fun.
>> benjamin shine
>> software engineer
>> ben at laszlosystems.com
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