stéphane ducasse wrote:
is magma stable?
I got several feedback from people not really happy with magma (path
with windows hardcoded, lot of changes....)
On the other hand I got people really satisfied so I'm in between.
so what is the state of magma dev?
Well yes I was transferring my images from windows to linux, and also
uploading images to seaside hosting. The requirement to configure magma
with a full path was a pain, but relatively easy to fix. Between us
Chris and I have now updated magma to allow configuration to use a
relative path. I haven't noticed any reliability problems with magma as
yet, and my current feeling is that I would be happy to use it with my
data. There is a database backup mechanism, or some form of journalling
scheme could also be adopted in parallel though nothing of my data is
Chris is also very responsive to any support queries which is helpful,
but it is as well to bear in mind that Magma is relatively new and is
probably more subject to modifications than something which has been
with us for 15 years. Having said that, now that Magma has a fully
functioning query mechanism and is essentially complete in its
functionality, I would expect things to have stabilised.
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