[Twisted-Python] version control, QA, branching ...

Laura Creighton lac at strakt.com
Fri Sep 13 08:51:05 EDT 2002

> Laura Creighton wrote:
> > Anders Qvist, quest at lysator.liu.se (the Project Lead for the Python-In-a-Tie
> > Snake Farm was looking at Arch, and still is.)  I think he actually started 
> > chaning all the perl scripts to use python, but I don't know how far along 
> > that project got.
> He should use Twisted ;)
> Seriously, the built-in ssh and FTP server and client support is exactly 
> what you need, and someday we'll have WebDAV too. And it lets you make the 
> code cross-platform, and without dependency on Unix user-accounts.
> Plus you can integrate IRC bot and emailing of commit notifications straight 
> into the server. And web based browsing ala viewcvs. And so on and so forth.
> -- 
> Itamar Shtull-Trauring    http://itamarst.org/
> Available for Python, Twisted, Zope and Java consulting

Heh heh -- one of the reasons Anders' attempt to convince me that Arch
is what we all should be using in the way of version control once we
converted it to Python got derailed is that Jacob and I started using
up most of the bandwidth of the conversation pushing Twisted the other


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