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Re: Version 10 ODOOby
ADINS sprl, Christophe HANON
>>The customer should be informed of this since the beginning, because >>there is no surprise in this.
They should... but do they believe ?
Anyway, you gave me the taste of looking better into Tryton migration...
On Mon, Jul 11, 2016 at 12:51 PM, Dominique Chabord <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
2016-07-11 12:29 GMT+02:00 Christophe Hanon <email@example.com>: > Dominique, > > I am not talking about replacing anything, I didn't say you did ;-) > > We know the story, I don't think every body knows it. > the scripts were released in the past - so does Tryton btw. Yes they were released, but so buggy the users made a fun with them, and No Tryton doesn't do so. Tryton has rewritten the kernel and implemented the component-base upgrade approach which deals with data formats and xml data. Upgrade is tested as a core feature and for every additional module and This is how upgrade process is fully automated on Tryton. When you upgrade Tryton, you don't run external scripts to re-format the database. > And were as much as possible modular.... so is open-upgrade. > > What I regret is that energy is lost for writing scripts that already > exist.... Yes, I agree, this is the rule of proprietary software. > > I know that migration will never be 100% automated, but anythng that can > minimize the pain is welcome as it is usually a pain to sell to customers. The customer should be informed of this since the beginning, because there is no surprise in this. > > Kr > > Christophe >