Thanks Jecel. Sounds like something I'll have to come back to.
On 14/06/2008, at 5:54 AM, Jecel Assumpcao Jr wrote:
Russell Allen wrote on Wed, 11 Jun 2008 19:39:17 +1000:
So I have worked out that I can load my module with: bootstrap read: 'webserver' from: 'applications' and file it out with: modules webserver fileOut Is there any way to remove my module from the image, reverting to
a nice, clean webserver-less image?
I don't think this has been implemented. Given the annotations that every module has, this should be a lot easier to do than when you file in stuff with random expressions. Though a single module doesn't save the values it modified when loading, if you could look at all other modules and the initial values they define you should be able to figure out how to restore stuff. But this would require knowing the exact order in while all present modules were loaded in case multiple modules changed the same thing with different values.
This, of course, is the general case. For the typical case a new module only adds stuff without changing what was there before. Removing that should be pretty simple.