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[News] Programming/Developing with Gerrit, Ruby IDE Upgraded

  • Subject: [News] Programming/Developing with Gerrit, Ruby IDE Upgraded
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2009 02:02:30 +0000
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Gerrit: Google-style code review meets git

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| Gerrit, a Git-based system for managing 
| code review, is helping to spread the 
| popular distributed revision control 
| system into Android-using companies, many 
| of which have heavy quality assurance, 
| management, and legal processes around 
| software. HTC, Qualcomm, TI, Sony 
| Ericsson, and Android originator Google 
| are all running Gerrit, project leader 
| Shawn Pearce said in a talk at the October 
| 2009 GitTogether event, hosted at Google 
| in Mountain View.


JetBrains upgrades Ruby IDE

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| RubyMine 2.0 features improvements in 
| refactoring and code analysis, as well as 
| a set of tools for code changes in 
| software projects 


Where open source was, and where it is now

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| Over the years of my observation, coverage 
| and participation in open source software, 
| SourceForge (both the code repository site 
| SourceForge.net and the corporation) has 
| typically served as one key barometer of 
| where things stood. However, this began to 
| change a couple of years ago, when I wrote 
| about how the resources for finding, 
| understanding, assessing open source 
| software were growing. Today, we see that 
| the bulk of open source software â both 
| code and communities â have nothing close 
| to a single home or destination. Today we 
| see that the SourceForge destination has 
| given way to Google Code, GitHub, Eclipse, 
| Codeplex, Wazi, individual forges for 
| projects and vendors and other places 
| where open source software and its 
| communities conduct their business.



Engine Yard Releases Source Code to its Rails Development Directory

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| Hot on the heels of Engine Yard's recent
| news of $19 million in third-round venture
| capital funding comes another announcement.
| The company, which hosts Ruby on Rails apps
| in a cloud-based environment, has released
| the source code that runs its Rails
| Development Directory.

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