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svk [Mar. 22nd, 2006|05:11 pm]
Brad Fitzpatrick
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I've been using svk as of today. Do I get cool points now?

Overall, svn+svk = very nice.

Also,
-- Released Brackup to CPAN.
-- wrote a little Net::LiveJournal module (LJ client) and put it on CPAN

Really, svn/svk just totally makes me want to hack.
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From: evan
2006-03-23 01:22 am (UTC)
Uhoh, now I've gotta keep feature parity with my Ruby module. But it's not "Net::" 'cause it does database stuff too. :P
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[User Picture]From: brad
2006-03-23 01:25 am (UTC)
Given that all I needed out of my LJ module was to post from the svn server to changelog, I think you'll be ahead for quite some time. I'm not even sending passwords (trusted IP), so I don't even do the challenge/response stuff for auth..... super lame.
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From: evan
2006-03-23 02:22 am (UTC)
Heh. Yeah, challenge/response auth, I ought to implement that. Good feature idea. ;)

(To be honest it just actually just totally slipped my mind. Guess that gives me an excuse to release 0.2.)
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From: evan
2006-03-23 10:34 am (UTC)
Ok, so super funny: someone just sent me a patch to add postevent to the Ruby module. I apparently didn't implement that either (I just use LogJam when I need to post...).
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[User Picture]From: mart
2006-03-23 07:46 am (UTC)

Seems to me that the raw protocol stuff should be a separate module to the stuff which manipulates it, stores it in a database or whatever.

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From: evan
2006-03-23 10:02 am (UTC)
Yeah. One's LiveJournal::Request, and the other is LiveJournal::Database.
:P

(But in seriousness, knowing the proper serialization format for various LJ types (like comment settings) is something that a LiveJournal-aware module can do best.)
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[User Picture]From: ydna
2006-03-23 02:08 am (UTC)
Do I get cool points now?

Hell yeah!

It's so easy, you'll start branching and merging for trivial stuff now.
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-03-23 04:15 am (UTC)

Bugs to rt.cpan.org?

Thanks for the proper release.

I can see a few things already, I'll start dumping bug reports into the rt.cpan.org queue as soon as it catches up to the fact there's a new module ready to be bug swarmed :)

http://use.perl.org/~Alias/journal/29073

Thanks lazyweb!
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[User Picture]From: brad
2006-03-23 04:35 am (UTC)

Re: Bugs to rt.cpan.org?

Cool. BTW, get an identity account somewhere that supports OpenID. I need to talk to somebody (Ask?) about making perl.org be an OpenID server.
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[User Picture]From: askbjoernhansen
2006-03-23 06:13 am (UTC)

Re: Bugs to rt.cpan.org?

It's on the TODO. I've just been crazy busy with $client work lately.

:-)

- ask
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[User Picture]From: mart
2006-03-23 07:52 am (UTC)

I tried svk a while back, but it wasn't much fun just checking out my local repositories. I've been waiting for LJ/etc to switch to svn so I can play properly… ;)

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