Hi all. http://pycheesecake.org/ Look at this. Doesn't it cool? Doesn't we need something like it for our Ruby? ------------- The idea of the Cheesecake project is to rank Python packages based on various empirical "kwalitee" factors, such as: * whether the package can be downloaded from the Python Package Index (PyPI) given its name * whether the package can be downloaded from a full URL * whether the package can be unpacked * whether the unpack directory is the same as the package name * whether the package can be installed into an alternate directory * existence of certain files such as README, INSTALL, LICENSE, setup.py etc. * existence of certain directories such as doc, test, demo, examples * percentage of modules/functions/classes/methods with docstrings * percentage of functions/methods that are unit tested (not currently implemented) * average pylint score for all non-test and non-demo modules -------------- BTW, it something like rulint (Lint for Ruby) exists? Victor.
on 2006-06-10 14:12
on 2006-06-10 14:58
On Jun 10, 2006, at 13:09, Victor Shepelev wrote: > Hi all. > > http://pycheesecake.org/ > Look at this. Doesn't it cool? Doesn't we need something like it > for our > Ruby? This (from a few days ago) pretty much sums up my thoughts on the issue: http://online.effbot.org/2006_06_01_archive.htm#20060606 (found via why, as usual: through http://redhanded.hobix.com/cult/ willTheRealTimTodayPleaseStandUp.html) m.s.