Rather than arguing about and disagreeing, I'd suggest we write some
tests for the use cases and implement it.
It sounds like both approaches would work and have different use cases.
1) Being able to attribute a VirtualFile with deployment attributes
and have the structure deployer check the attribute(s).
2) Being able define your own structure by predetermined
I still think (2) is simpler.
And more generic since it doesn't require the construction
of metadata files when you already have the metadata object in memory
i.e. constructed on the fly.
It is also unclear to me how the attributes in (1) are
persisted in general? i.e. going beyond the case where
the ide can remember these in some ide config file.
Removing the isArchive() from the VFS layer, requires
the changes I suggested.
However, just ignoring the unrecognised structure means
it will not appear in the summary IncompleteDeployments
unless that processing is extended to include them somehow?
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