En vrac: quelques liens sur Python: ironpython.info, bazaar, mailman, django-fr
Posted by patrick sur juin 4, 2007
- nouveau site sur Ironpython : http://www.ironpython.info/ (This wiki contains recipes and example code for IronPython. IronPython is a Microsoft port of the Python Programming Language to the .NET framework.)
- toujours par rapport à Ironpython, Seo Sanghyeon débute un blog.
- le gestionnaire de sources de mailman passe au gestionnaire de sources distribué Bazaar (voir le site http://wiki.list.org/display/DEV/MailmanOnLaunchpad)
The Mailman source code was originally maintained using CVS, and only a few people had write access to the code. Later, development was moved to SourceForge and then the CVS repository was converted to Subversion. This proved to be a successful transition, as Subversion provides many benefits over CVS.
Now however, it’s become clear that even Subversion has its limitations, and better options exist. Specifically, we want to use a distributed (or decentralized) revision control system. A dvcs has many beneficial features, both for the core developers and for casual, third party developers. These include:
- No write access to the central repository is necessary in order to develop, maintain, version control, and publish unofficial contributions.
- No connection to a repository server is necessary in order to commit changes.
- Much better branching and merging operations; no need to commit partially completed work.
- Much better merge tracking.
- Ability to sign revisions with GPG.
- Written in Python, with an easy plug-in architecture.
- Simple and intuitive commands.