Lyntin status: 2/6/2003

Note: This is an old post in a blog with a lot of posts. The world has changed, technologies have changed, and I've changed. It's likely this is out of date and not representative. Let me know if you think this is something that needs updating.

I'm in some kind of Lyntin development kick again. I implemented all the changes I talked about in yesterday's email:

  • removed #import and added #load and #unload

  • fixed addCommand so that it removes a command first (and its help file)

  • changed the order of how modules get imported

Then on top of that, I wrote a testing module and started building tests for various functionality. It's not a great module, but it definitely gives me the ability to programmatically regression test large portions of Lyntin's functionality. The issue now is that I have a lot of tests to write, run, and then verify. It's somewhat time consuming. I don't plan on releasing 3.2 until I get a significant number of tests done and verified.

Additionally, I worked out how I want to handle the config stuff. I still have to write it out and fill in the details. I want to release 3.2 and get some other things cleaned up before I start on the config stuff.

So while the lyntin-devl list is deathly quiet, there's definitely stuff happening.

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