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Commits on Mar 7, 2010
  1. Change code in _show_command_results that checks for pynotify (to con…

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    …form with PEP8)
    
    More specifically:
    """
    - Comparisons to singletons like None should always be done with
          'is' or 'is not', never the equality operators.
    """
    
    AFAIK this is recommended because if an object overrides __eq__, we
    could theoretically have a situation where that object would equal None
  2. Merge remote branch 'origin/master'

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    Conflicts:
    	dojotools.py
Commits on Feb 23, 2010
Commits on Feb 22, 2010
  1. Add the simplest timer possible

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    It only sets the tooltip for the time left in the round. the default is
    300 seconds (5 minutes). There should be a command line option for that
  2. Include custom icons.

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Commits on Feb 21, 2010
  1. Remove the git commit option

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    I wanted to do this for a while now.
    As far as I know, the git commit option was not used. Anyway, it is
    probably easy to emulate by just telling the program to run the
    necessary commands (I can't say for sure if that's all it will take,
    because of the problem of having to ignore the .git directory')
    
    This change also made the code much cleaner and less criptic.
  2. Add a status icon in the taskbar. And a timeout call to Monitor.check()

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    For now, it will only show a OK button, but the idea is to show the
    state.
  3. Add a 'Monitor' class

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    The idea is to have an object that will store the state (things like the
    timestamp, for example). For now only the old function monitor was
    transformed in a method here (the method check). The next step is to add
    a timeout call to this method (via gobject).
Commits on Jan 25, 2010
  1. Treat the pynotify import error.

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    This should make it possible to use dojotools even if pynotify is not
    installed. Obviously, the notification will not show up, but the output
    will be printed on stdout.
  2. Print the output to stdout (as well as the notification).

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    For some reason, when a python module uses print on an object that is
    not a string, the message won't go to the notification. As a fallback,
    we print it to stdout, but ideally we should be able to show it in
    the notification
Commits on Jan 24, 2010
  1. Print the output to stdout (as well as the notification).

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    For some reason, when a python module uses print, the message won't go
    to the notification. As a fallback, we print it to stdout, but ideally
    we should be able to show it in the notification
Commits on Jan 17, 2010
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