Releasing Open Source, for humans and for tooling (with a five question survey).
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- I added a short section on CI. Hope it's useful.Aug 31, 2013
- Seeing as people often times pull from the HEAD in the repo, CI is a must. If anything, it let's uses know how stable things are and if they can expect problems.
Really nice write up.Aug 31, 2013
- Thanks. I'm testing out these CI offerings. Drone.io looks promising.Aug 31, 2013
- Hello, Nathan Youngman. I am Van. I can see you are deeply interested in making a version management tool for go packages. Actually, I have been developing this kind of tool few months ago. It was called Pak. Here is the link:
It's inspired by Bundler and originally designed for making teamworks easier.
If you are interested in checking it out, don't use the master branch. All the new stuff are on v2 branch. I recently add cross packages dependences support and other small changes. And it currently support Git and Mercurial.
The Read Me is bad currently. After finishing the new supports, I will spend some time to modify them and add some introductions. If you are interested in this tool, I can write a quick introduction for you tonight.
The reason why I come to write this comment is that I hope you can help me improve this tool. I am young programmer just graduated from college (maybe not that young).
BTW, it wasn't my original idea to build such a tool but actually a task from my ex-colleague. But I truly believe that such tool is a necessary for development and I know you share this point of view.
Best RegardsSep 1, 2013
- BTW, all the tests are passible on my machine. Please ignore the travis-ci mark. I already gave up using that painful tool.Sep 1, 2013
- Hi Van, I'm certainly interested in the challenges presented by dependency management and how tools can impact the community. Though to be honest, I'm still uncertain as to what good solutions we'll adopt.
I've added Pak to my list of tools to review. Sorry if I don't contribute personally.
Regarding CI, I was quite impressed with Drone.io. My configuration is here: https://gist.github.com/nathany/6402146 I hope to try out AppVeyor in the coming weeks to run CI on Windows as well.Sep 1, 2013