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Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Haha I’m with you there. Just finished up with the semester.
Her Jeremy I just finished semester here’s an another article before the year ends lol
Anyways Happy New Year Everyone
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Great stuff! I’ll have to take a look :smile:
Muhammad
@mraza007
Hey I wrote another post
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
I love visualization
Great stuff.
Muhammad
@mraza007
Thank you
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Hey, Muhammad! Do you ever play around with D3? I'm think about starting a data viz series.
Muhammad
@mraza007
Hey @jrg94
Sorry I was MIA
I’m about to start a project soon using d3
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Cool stuff! I’ve used it a bit but I’m bad with JavaScript. Haha it’s fun when you finally get a nice graph.
Muhammad
@mraza007
Thats true and I totally agree with you but the graph looks really cool
Parker Johansen
@auroq

@jrg94 or anyone else who is interested: I have almost finished splitting out our run/testing framework into a new project. I have named it glotter: https://github.com/auroq/glotter

Currently there's no documentation on the new repo, but that will change soon.

If you're interested in seeing what it looks like when implemented into a project, take a look at the diff here:

https://github.com/TheRenegadeCoder/sample-programs/compare/master...glotter

The two main pieces are the .glotter. yml file which is settings and configuration for glotter and runner.py which is the integration for the runner. There are also 3 decorators that are used for integration with tests and project types.

I'm still working on some integration with pytest/test running, but you should be able to use the run or download commands with no trouble.

Start with python runner.py --help for usage instructions.

Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
This is so exciting! Any plans to do a formal writeup on it?
Parker Johansen
@auroq
What kind of writeup did you have in mind?
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
I was just thinking like a release article which talks about what glotter is, how it came to be, how it works, etc.
Parker Johansen
@auroq
Ya. I could do that. Going to start with a README, but a back story is a great idea
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Yeah, whatever works! I’m excited regardless. Haha
Maximillian Naza
@2Clutch

Hey @jrg94. How’s it going? So for game of life in python, it just dawned on me that I never actually pushed my final changes for you to review :(. I’m so sorry about that and any confusion this may have caused.

Long story short tkinter seems to be deprecated so i did alternate implementation which works but requires some interaction from the user. if you could re-open PR #254 at your earliest convenience, I’ll push up my changes for you to review.

Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Sounds great! I’ll reopen it shortly.
Also, it’s great to hear from you. Hope you’re doing well.
Maximillian Naza
@2Clutch
Thanks! Likewise.
Jeremy Grifski
@jrg94
Hey friends! I haven't touched this space in awhile, and I know it integrates with GitHub well. That said, how would y'all feel about making the move to Discord?
Here's an invite link if you're interested: https://discord.gg/5CHchF
Otherwise, I'm probably going to shut this down in the next few days.
Just made a pull request to update the README, so it reads with the new Discord: TheRenegadeCoder/sample-programs#1880