[BioRuby] Subversion

Zagato zagato.gekko at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 19:12:48 UTC 2007

I think that a good question is why not to save the history?, The history in
BioRuby it's essentially necessary for developers, the "svn diff" command
will be a really good friend, even more, can save lot of hours searching a
bug or a mistake... Ok, I'm not a BioRuby developer, but i'm a developer, so
i vote for:

Save the history. !!!

:D bye...

Alan Jairo Acosta
Cali - Colombia

On 4/10/07, Toshiaki Katayama <ktym at hgc.jp> wrote:
> Trevor,
> On 2007/04/10, at 3:56, Trevor Wennblom wrote:
> > Just to clear up any potential confusion before it arises - Trac is
> > an independent system built on Python.  It would likely be hosted at
> > OpenBio or on the Bioruby server.
> I have never used but happy to have Trac for BioRuby project
> as long as it is hosted at OBF (I suppose that the Trac server
> should be on the same server with the subversion repository).
> I'll point dev.bioruby.org or trac.bioruby.org to the server
> so you could setup a virtual host at open-bio.org.
> Toshiaki
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ruby << __EOF__
  puts [ 111, 116, 97, 103, 97, 90 ].collect{|v| v.chr}.join.reverse

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