>> Well, that does not work today so no code uses that method :-)
> :-) Good point. Perhaps we should fix that instead of thinking about
As I wrote I will fix this soon , but you still break sitewizard by
dropping this functionality.
> (trust me, I wrote large parts of the legacy Midgard code :-).
My man! Do you know that I miss docs for legacy API for at least a year? ;)
> a) Discuss the design of a feature
> b) Document the feature based on the achieved consensus
> c) Write unit tests based on the documentation
> d) Implement the feature so that it matches the documentation and
> passes the unit tests
> So far the order of these steps has been more like: d, b, a, c. No
> wonder we're having trouble. :-)
Yep , but there are plenty of things which have been done like this
and not like that because of legacy API or for some other reasons.
And I do not want and can not discuss it.