<ndeck>Great ! I'll try to attend, it is at the same time as the "doctoral school annual days"...
<zimoun>rekado_: about GWL, among the issues you mentioned yesterday, I think we should try to address where the big fixed-outputs live and the content-addressing of the intermediate results, as we discussed several times. :-)
<rekado_>zimoun: yes. I don’t know how to move forward here, to be honest.
<rekado_>we want to avoid having to copy lots of files
<rekado_>we also want to avoid having to compute hashes for huge files
<rekado_>but perhaps that’s not actually that big of a problem and we should just compute hashes already
<rekado_>I would like to have a central registry of files and their hashes; doesn’t need to be a copy of these files
<rekado_>so what’s currently presenting itself as a cache really isn’t
<rekado_>we only need to have a registry with pointers to intermediate result files and their hashes.
<zimoun>I think an abstraction between package and process is missing.
<rekado_>I’ll have to think a little more about what to do about grafts here.
<zimoun>arf, I gave a look at VSCode since an intern will arrive next week (let him the choice with Emacs). I do not understand all the hype… it appears to me more complicated and less powerful than Emacs. Well, once you get the buffer manipulation mindset, everything appears more complicated. ;-)