Python and IDEs [was Re: Python 3 is killing Python]

Chris Angelico rosuav at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 01:19:34 CEST 2014


On Sun, Jul 20, 2014 at 7:50 AM, Tim Delaney
<timothy.c.delaney at gmail.com> wrote:
> IMO there is no project so modest that it doesn't require version control.
> Especially since version control is as simple as:
>
> cd project
> hg init
> hg add
> hg commit

That said, though, there are some projects so modest they don't
require dedicated repositories. I have a repo called "shed" - it's a
collection of random tools that I've put together, no more logical
grouping exists. Generally each one is a single file, although I have
a couple of related ones in there. (Code at
https://github.com/Rosuav/shed if anyone's curious.) If I have an idea
for a program that doesn't really merit a full repo, I'll just save it
into shed. Keeps the "where did I put that, what did I call that" to a
minimum :)

ChrisA



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