[BioRuby] participation in GSoC 2010
k.hayashi.info at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 14:41:14 UTC 2010
Thank you for the replies.
Honestly, I'm not sure what kinds of tests there are in the field of
I am studying the tests and will consider what is the best way during
the community bonding period.
At the moment, I am planning to put the code for 1.8.7 ,1.9.2 and ,if
possible, JRuby only in one code base.
I don't understand what the 'architecture' file is.
Could you tell me it in a little more detail?
2010/4/29 Christian M Zmasek <czmasek at burnham.org>:
> This is probably a naive question, but I was wondering if the plan is to
> drop 1.8 support eventually, or is the idea to maintain support for 1.8
> Pjotr Prins wrote:
>> Welcome Kazuhiro,
>> I am glad you take on this job. My main concern would be we don't
>> sprinkle 'if-then' blocks throughout the code base. I think the
>> challenge is to have one code base for Ruby 1.8, 1.9 and JRuby without
>> having code exceptions. That should be the top priority.
>> Where it is not possible to avoid two code paths, find ways of
>> isolating the issue in one single 'architecture' file - e.g. in
>> ./lib/bio/ruby1.8.rb and ./lib/bio/ruby1.9.rb.
>> Only in the few instances there are real performance concerns I would
>> diverge from such a strategy.
>> I don't know how they handle it in Rails, but I would take hints from
>> On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 01:12:42PM +0900, Kazuhiro Hayashi wrote:
>>> Hi all:
>>> My name is Kazuhiro Hayashi.
>>> I'm a graduate student at The University of Tokyo, majoring in
>>> Computational Biology.
>>> The proposal which I submitted to GSoC 2010 was accepted yesterday.
>>> The topic of the proposal is "Ruby 1.9.2 support of BioRuby".
>>> I would like to make BioRuby work in Ruby 1.9.2 .
>>> Currently, a lot of classes in BioRuby lack unit tests.
>>> First, I'll make them in order to confirm behaviors of the classes.
>>> Then, modify the classes as they work in Both Ruby 1.8.7 and 1.9.2 .
>>> I'll work on the documentation too.
>>> the abstract of my proposal is here.
>>> I'm glad I can work on this project as one of BioRuby developers.
>>> Thank you for selecting me.
>>> Kazuhiro Hayashi
>>> Department of Computational Biology, The University of Tokyo
>>> email: k_hayashi at cb.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp
>>> tel: 04-7136-3988
>>> BioRuby Project - http://www.bioruby.org/
>>> BioRuby mailing list
>>> BioRuby at lists.open-bio.org
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email: k_hayashi at cb.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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