Monday, February 6, 2012

Yolk development

I released 0.4.3 last night because 0.4.2 was missing some documentation and license files. I may release a 0.4.4 this week. This release will contain some user-submitted patches.

Today in yolk development:
  • Tox for testing yolk with Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.2.
  • py.test for unit tests
  • Jenkins for continuous integration (using Tox and py.test)
  • git-flow for managing it all
I'm still configuring Jenkins to do everything I want, but it's been working great with Tox + py.test, so far. [Edit: Jenkins is up at http://cakebread.info/jenkins]

The current code base will become 1.0 soon. This branch will support Python <=2.5 and may or may not get new features from the upcoming 2.0 branch.

The 2.0 branch (origin/develop on github) will work with both Python 2 and Python 3.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

I've released yolk 0.4.2!



yolk 0.4.2 is a bug fix release in preparation for supporting both Python 2 and 3.  Yes, it's time to get yolk off of the Python3 Wall of Shame.


I'm using gitflow to manage yolk's release and it is working great, so far.

Two bug fixes:
  •  --entry-map patch from Jesus Rivero (Neurogeek)
  • Fix for -C if you don't supply an integer
I've also switched to the BSD license from the GPL-2.

I'm working my way through some old bug reports and should have 0.4.3 out shortly.

The 'develop' branch on github is going to be used for the Python2/3 version.