Make and Combine

The build script is working pretty well now. I decided to split the build and the combine scripts into two. It turns out that they were essentially two sets of code anyway and the only thing they had in common was that you run combine after make most of the time.

There are still issues knowing which scripts have loaded. If I include a script inside a combo file, YUI’s Get (or the browser) doesn’t know if it is about to pull in a duplicate set of code. Since I have the list of files inside the combined file, I can check to see if each file is loaded before passing it off to Get.

I’m also a bit concerned that I have integrated this too deeply. To have server side and client side scripts both using the same configuration file is great at preventing you from forgetting to make changes in two places. But, the implications of a change need to be considered across two different code-bases.

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