[mmgsoc] Status - doctest

Benedict Stein benedict.stein at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 12 17:24:49 CEST 2011

Yes i do add all newly implemented parts to doctests which do exist.

Am Dienstag, den 12.07.2011, 11:18 -0400 schrieb Barry Warsaw:

> As I mentioned, my main dev machine is down for the count, but I can look at
> things once I get that working again.
> On Jul 06, 2011, at 05:15 AM, Dushyant Bansal wrote:
> >1. Performance: We need to look at the performance of the new archiver in
> >order to improve it as well as to compare this approach of generating pages
> >on the fly with the static one. Is there any specific way to go about it?
> >After that, performance gain can be achieved by proper use of caching which
> >is offered by pylons and storm/sqlite.
> I guess there are a couple of sides to this.  How well does it perform for
> single-message updates?  How does it perform for full-archive regeneration?
> What is the cold render time for a single page, and how does that break down
> among the various components (e.g. db query, message retrieval, message
> rendering)?  What about warm access in the absence of a cache?
> >2. Interaction with mailman: Right now, the interaction with mailman
> >(archiver part) is through a sqlite database file. So, we just need to update
> >the relevant database files on archiving a message through mailman.
> > If we want to further separate out the archiver from mailman, we can use the
> > methods used by mhonarc and mailarchive interfaces.
> I still think I want to separate the archiver from the core engine.  It
> doesn't have to be done now, but it's worth thinking about.
> >3. Search: I also plan to integrate search functionality(work done by Priya)
> >for archives into this pylons project.
> Cool.
> To all students: are you writing unit tests and documentation for your
> changes?
> Cheers,
> -Barry
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Einen schönen Tag wünscht:
Benedict Stein

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