r00t^2_projects::BUGS:: http://bugs.square-r00t.net/ r00t^2_projects::BUGS::AIF-NG: Recently edited tasks 2017-06-21T21:18:59Z FS#11: needs de-linting http://bugs.square-r00t.net/index.php?do=details&task_id=11 2017-06-21T21:18:59Z brent s. per Foxboron in #archlinux today around 1704EST5EDT, should be more PEP8 compliant. should be a simple fix; just try chucking through autopep8 first and then see if ERIC IDE complains further (it does some additional syntax checking beyond PEP8). per Foxboron in #archlinux today around 1704EST5EDT, should be more PEP8 compliant. should be a simple fix; just try chucking through autopep8 first and then see if ERIC IDE complains further (it does some additional syntax checking beyond PEP8).

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FS#10: aifclient.py is too monolithic http://bugs.square-r00t.net/index.php?do=details&task_id=10 2017-06-21T21:17:10Z brent s. #archlinux on 06.21.2017 (times in EST5EDT): 17:04:21 < Foxboron> r00t^2: It's unmaintable inn the current state :p 200 lines methods needs to be gone. Follow PEP8 ... 17:05:29 < r00t^2> Foxboron: hrm. yeah, i can separate it out into something more modular for the client, but my reasoning for keeping it in a single script was mainly to aid releng   so split large methods into smaller ones, and use more wrapper funcs. #archlinux on 06.21.2017 (times in EST5EDT):


17:04:21 < Foxboron> r00t^2: It's unmaintable inn the current state :p 200 lines methods needs to be gone. Follow PEP8
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17:05:29 < r00t^2> Foxboron: hrm. yeah, i can separate it out into something more modular for the client, but my reasoning for keeping it in a single script was mainly to aid releng

 

so split large methods into smaller ones, and use more wrapper funcs.

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FS#9: google groups or someother mailing list http://bugs.square-r00t.net/index.php?do=details&task_id=9 2017-05-08T19:27:06Z an.anderson.4122@gmail.com Would it be possible to use google groups as a mailing for discussions instead of Arch's. Would it be possible to use google groups as a mailing for discussions instead of Arch's.

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