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r15390 - /db/ re-design

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Hai. I'm here to give you guys a explanation on r15390.

We, developers, spent a reasonable amount of time discussing what'd be a more organized, less cluttered, manner to work with pre-re and re files, and thats' what we came with. If the changeset is not clear to you, run a svn update and see how it is now.

should you have any comments regarding this you'd like to share, post below.

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Thanks! It really simplifies search of files. Very useful! /no1

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very organizeed!

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Oh....much more organized..and easier to differentiate which is RE / Pre-Re /no1

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will the SQL part also get this kind of structure or will it be left as it is?

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yes we will be upgrading the sql dbs as well, should be soon, in a future commit

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not bad

well organized

as i can i see

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do you intent to rename/restructure the tables or do you only want to structure the .sql files to insert them? i would appreciate the second thing and i believe a lot of people will share my opinion, since everyone would have to rewrite everything that is "custom" like control panels etc without any real purpose behind the change.

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I think only *.sql scripts should be organized in the same fashion as db folder. I don't see any reason to rename tables.

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Its more smart to create a function that load the file according to server mode and returns a pointer that do a #ifdef on each file that load database file. So you'll put just anything like "FILE* f = load_dbfile('refine_db');" and the function do the propers concatenations on file name.

Sorry for english, i'm on my gf macbook and i hate iAnything.

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I liked the organization.

But hope that theres no redundancy in there :(

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Good idea, much clearer and easier to use, wonder how you'll use this on sql though.

Hope it won't be too big of a change.

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