Monthly Archives: March 2010

Gitosis for Mercurial

As far as DVCSs go I’ve been a git user. That’s mostly because it was the first one I tried and it worked. I’ve been comfy and have enjoyed the world of git and GitHub, but a number of troublemakers have been trying to convince me to give Mercurial a shot. After some nudging I obliged. After a day or two of toy and experimental projects I started missing one of my primary git utilities–Gitosis. …

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Get Your Nose Out Of There!

Get Your Nose Out Of There!

I wrote my first Nose plugin this weekend and I’ve got to say it was dead simple. I was looking around for ways to keep Nose from searching for tests in certain directories. You see Nose is a nosey little critter that will scour every nook and cranny of your directory structure looking for unittests to run. Really, it wants your code to work and it loves making dots. But, see I knew better and …

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