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Re: [Koha-devel] OpenBook

From: Chris Cormack
Subject: Re: [Koha-devel] OpenBook
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 11:00:08 +1200
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On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 02:28:53PM -0700, Tonnesen Steve said:
> On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Chris Cormack wrote:
> > Could well be a plan, Id need to look at their code more.
> > When it all boils down to it, its all just SQL *grin*
> As near as I can tell, all of their released code is PHP.  I think
> OpenBook really is a complete rewrite without any Koha code at this point.
> The database schema is also radically different.
> So it's not a fork, just a duplication of effort.  :(
> Steve.
Hi Steve

Yeah after looking at the code, (near 20k lines of php). Id have to
agree, it is a complete rewrite. Which is a real shame.
Ok, on to more mundane things, i have put up koha-1.1.1.tar.gz on
sourceforge, not on www.koha.org yet and no release notes yet.

But I thought id tar it up and put it up there, just so that i tarred
it up and put it up there. (Ive been meaning to for ages)
So if anyone has time, if they can take a look, spot any big mistakes,
and then if its not too bad, ill do a general release.
Then we can start adding in our new marc code, and changing the
database structure etc.
I spent an afternoon with Monty Widenius (of mysql fame) last week,
talking about how to optimise mysql.
So I have a ton of ideas on how to speed up koha. So im keen to work
on that.
Hence i figured lets get 1.1.1 out so we can break stuff :-)
Chris Cormack                                                    Programmer
025 500 789                                       Katipo Communications Ltd
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