[Chicago] 2 talks
brianhray at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 06:57:33 CET 2010
Welcome back Carl!
When do you plan on sending? I suggest the week of the meeting, next week. We also need to state somewhere this is the downtown meeting--I worry only a bit about people confusing the two meetings. I tried clearing this up in http://Chipy.org.
Personally I favor three medium size presentations over two long ones. I think I recall someone stating they wanted present on a WSGI stack that could replace a web framework.
On Nov 1, 2010, at 11:47 PM, Carl Karsten <carl at personnelware.com> wrote:
> Here is what I plan to send out once I confirm Pizza at 7:45. how's it look?
> ANN: ChiPy at ita Thu November 11, 7p
> When: 7 PM Thursday November 11, 2010
> Where: ITA
> This will be our Best Meeting Ever!
> 1. 7:00 Mako and Cherrypy (Michael Mileusnich)
> 2. 8:00 Tox (Kumar McMillan)
> 1. Mako and Cherrypy
> Michael Mileusnich
> using Mako combined with Cherrypy to create a Python web server,
> 2. Tox
> Kumar McMillan
> It's a great new open source tool that helps you support all versions
> of python with your existing automated tests. It's not a test runner,
> it's a super test runner runner! Or something. There is no easy way
> to describe it which is why the front page of the website is sort of
> confusing, IMO.
> We use tox on the Nose project to make sure each code change doesn't
> break the tests in Python 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.0 or Jython. Not
> everybody targets so many environments but if you want to maintain a
> widely used module then you probably will want to use tox someday.
> Here's our Hudson matrix setup w/ tox:
> http://hudson.testrun.org/job/nose-unstable/ (we just set this up
> recently which is why most builds were broken in one or two envs)
> I can also spend some time going over how we are currently maintaining
> a test suite that runs in both 2.x and 3.x simultaneously
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