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Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
in the pylintrc ;)
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
@buckket CONTRIBUTING.md > Pull Requests > First *
"Style Guide. Follow the rules of PEP8, but you may ignore too-long-lines and similar warnings."
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
some reads the CONTRIBUTING.md :D (Y)
:thumbsup:
:thumbsup:
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
@timofurrer They are here to be read ;)
So we DO care about line lengths? (which I would prefer)
Felix Bayer
@buckket
Haha, right. I guess it’s safe to ignore the strict 79 char limit, but in general try to keep things clean and use multiple lines when it helps readability.
DracoBlue
@DracoBlue
Maybe a limit of 140 chars? ;)
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr

I will stick with the 79 :D

timofurrer added a pull-request for a new command --since, I thought maybe implementing an --unread option would be nice. It would just need to add a timestap to every "following" and check against this timestamp.

Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
Yeah, regarding line length .. don't stick to 79 chars - it does not make ANY sense ... But try to keep it clean and break if needed or if it really improves readability. The line breaks you did, @Altoyyr in #87 don't help at all - in my opinion. It makes it even harder to read ...
DracoBlue
@DracoBlue
:+1:
func(
sorry wrong chat ;)
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
;)
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
@timofurrer Well If you want to I will undo the linebreaks. I am just a big fan of following the whole PEP8. I will update the pullrequest.
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
some things of PEP8 are really worth to follow - actually most of the stuff but the line length is definitely the one I wouldn't follow
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
Well most Python programmers seem to be obsessed about PEP8 so I thought I will not enrage them :D
Rebasing right now ...
But I agree with you, PEP8 is great
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
Well, I wouldn't claim it's great :) But it's good enough to be a well-defined standard to be most of the time aligned with :)
thanks for rebasing :)
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
You wouldn't? In my humble opinion its one of the best style guide for a language and you can always say "We use PEP8" and everyone will know whats up :+1:
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
The fact that it's widely known is a reason we it's easy to communicate etc - that's true. But I think for really nice code you mustn't always stick to PEP8
I try to use PEP8 - but make some exceptions ...
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
Yepp I agree. I will just deactivate line-length checking in pycharm, otherwise the autoformatter breaks too long lines the whole time.
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
:thumbsup:
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
Is there a possibility to debug the tox-tests with pycharm, or generally debug them?
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
I have no idea about pycharm but you can always set_trace ...
DracoBlue
@DracoBlue
@Altoyyr if you are still working on a PR, just prefix it with [WIP] (for work in progress), the @buckket does not merge it 'accidently'.
*then
Altoyyr
@Altoyyr
@DracoBlue Ok, got it. Sorry I am not that familiar with the PullRequestWorkflow.
DracoBlue
@DracoBlue
J C
@jamesacampbell
For the twtxt file itself does it have to end in .txt or can it have any or no file extension?
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
It doesn't matter as long as you followers have the correct url to it
J C
@jamesacampbell
@timofurrer that's what I thought thanks
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
👍
Should we seperate the users url from nickname in /users response of the registry?
Arye Shalev
@pantchox
Hi all in some way i get the idea of twtxt but i didnt understand how it works. if its lets say i follow someone but he post twtxt in diffrent locations, so how can i see his timeline?
Felix Bayer
@buckket
twtxt is based on publicly accessible text files, which means each twtxt file needs to have a unique URL, you than can "follow" this URL (and thus the user behind the URL) twtxt then polls all those URLs you’ve followed and formats the content in a timeline like manner.
Arye Shalev
@pantchox
but how do i know that user has created another public text file to follow on?
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
You can't. He has to tell you or he has registered it on a registry.
Arye Shalev
@pantchox
is there any blog post or resource that explains this?
i think i am confused
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
I don't think so. The best is probably to look into Issues on GitHub where a lot of such things were discussed in the past - as well as the docs.
Arye Shalev
@pantchox
ok thx
J C
@jamesacampbell
wish more people used twtxt. got scp working so can post from any system that I can use a private key shared ssh from
this twtxt dir is still under 100, just added myself to it: http://twtxt.reednj.com
Timo Furrer
@timofurrer
that be nice
Joel Kirchartz
@JKirchartz
Anyone have a JuiceSSH snippet for posting to twtxt? If you run a shell script over SSH can you have it prompt for input?