- November 20, 2008
I did my own comparison of the latest versions of Bazaar (bzr) and Mercurial (hg). I ran the comparison on Ubuntu 8.10 ( Linux lappy 2.6.27-7-generic #1 SMP Tue Nov 4 19:33:20 UTC 2008 i686 GNU/Linux) and used Django trunk checkout as my test repository. I looked at two aspects, speed and storage consumption. I was inspired by DSCM Benchmarks, which compared Baazar, Git, and Mercurial. This was certainly not a good test of how each scales with an extensive revision history; maybe next time, but for my small projects this seems a decent comparison.
I discovered a new editor: Editra. It looks as if it has some nice potential. It’s written in Python, but it’s not just a Python editor. It’s currently alpha, but seems to work well in the brief time I tried it out.
Others I have used are, Wing IDE, which is likely the best for Python programming and SPE IDE.
I updated the install howto for Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty). This release of Ubuntu should be the recommended install on the E1505. I’ve had no issues at all so far.
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