mariocarrion edited this page Sep 13, 2010 · 2 revisions

What is Pulque?

Pulque is a collection of classes and scripts written in Ruby and Shell scripting to maintaining parallel development environments.

Why

Just because I want to keep myself sane:

At work I usually need to checkout different projects, most of them stored in different version control systems, leading to a heterogeneous folder filled of checkouts of different VCS, keeping track of what is what is usually is hard. Besides that I need to keep parallel versions installed of the same application or library, keeping everything syncronized and clean is a mess. You are spending too much time trying to see what repository you are using and the current parallel environment running, you spend time focusing on something that is not really that important.

Binaries

  • __pswitch: must be defined as a function in bashrc
  • __premove : removes parallel environment
  • pcreate : creates a new parallel environment
  • pexists: requests existence of environment
  • pdetect : detects what repository is using current path
  • plist : lists parallel environments

Installing

export PATH=“/path/pulque/:”$PATH
function pswitch {
source /path/pulque/bin/__pswitch $1
}

Supported Repositories

  • Git
  • Subversion
  • Mercurial
  • Bazaar

Colophon

According to Wikipedia
Pulque, or octli, is a milk-colored, somewhat viscous alcoholic beverage made from the fermented sap of the maguey plant, and is a traditional native beverage of Mexico.

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