Tag Archives: python

Gitifyhg is now awesome.

Gitifyhg is a git client for pushing to and pulling from Mercurial repositories. I described the first implementation, which used hg-git internally, last month. However, I found that it didn’t work as well in practice as my initial tests had indicated, and I morosely reverted to using hg directly. While researching ways to improve the… Read More »

Opterator, revisited

A few years ago, I wrote a simple decorator that introspects a main() method signature and docstring to generate an option parser. I never really used it, mostly because back then, I wasn’t too keen on third party dependencies. Nowadays with distribute being maintained, well-documented, and working (plus I know how to use it properly),… Read More »