It doesn't look like much (if anything) has been pushed back up to the
public git repo...
Everything there is at least 3 months old (and still includes .pyc and .pyo
files if you clone the repo).
On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 3:02 PM, Adam Williamson <awilliam(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Fri, 2009-05-01 at 22:37 -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
> > I can only do very shallow testing. I think I need to actually have a
> > useful sql db locally to test any of the plotting. With the
> > defaultdict emulation I can get past the server errors and the
> > tracebacks..but there's nothing really useful going on.
> > I could probably help a little more in terms of testing if the
> > development code came with a small pre-filled dummy sqlite db.
> Hey, guys. I've been following the thread - thanks for your excellent
> contributions and suggestions. I'm definitely going to try my hardest to
> pin down Brennan on IRC and pass everything from this thread on, if he
> hasn't been following it himself. Thanks again for everything!
> I know Brennan has a snapshot of Bugzilla he was using for testing of
> his implementation, and it was actually up on his server for a while,
> but unfortunately it's not any more (he has technical issues keeping it
> up). I'll definitely suggest that a sample data set be added to the
Just wanted to send another update on this - Brennan did get the code
ported to Python 2.4, and it's now up live and running on the
infrastructure servers. It's at
, if anyone's
interested in taking a look. I'm not sure if Brennan used the work you
guys contributed for the Python 2.4 port or re-did it himself before he
saw it, but either way, thanks a lot for your time on this! Of course,
if anyone's interested in helping develop the system further, I'm sure
Brennan would welcome the assistance.
thanks again, guys.
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