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Nuking packaginator

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2  apiv1/__init__.py
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-"""Restful api for the packaginator, based on ``django-tastypie``
+"""Restful api for opencomparison, based on ``django-tastypie``
(`docs <http://django-tastypie.readthedocs.org/>`_
|
`pypi <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-tastypie/>`_
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2  apiv1/tests/data.py
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ def load():
pypi_url='',
participants=u'pydanny',
pypi_downloads=0,
- repo_url=u'https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator',
+ repo_url=u'https://github.com/opencomparison/opencomparison',
repo_commits=0,
repo_forks=0,
slug=u'serious-testing',
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4 apiv1/tests/test_grid.py
@@ -30,11 +30,11 @@ def setUp(self):
title='Package2',
slug='package2',
category=app,
- repo_url='https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator'
+ repo_url='https://github.com/opencomparison/opencomparison'
)
GridPackage.objects.create(package=self.pkg1, grid=self.grid)
GridPackage.objects.create(package=self.pkg2, grid=self.grid)
- user = User.objects.create_user('user', 'user@packaginator.com', 'user')
+ user = User.objects.create_user('user', 'user@opencomparison.com', 'user')
self.pkg1.usage.add(user)
def test_01_grid_packages_usage(self):
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4 apiv1/tests/test_package.py
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ def setUp(self):
title='Package2',
slug='package2',
category=self.app,
- repo_url='https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator'
+ repo_url='https://github.com/cartwheelweb/opencomparison'
)
self.pkg3 = Package.objects.create(
title='Package3',
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ def setUp(self):
)
GridPackage.objects.create(package=self.pkg1, grid=self.grid)
GridPackage.objects.create(package=self.pkg2, grid=self.grid)
- user = User.objects.create_user('user', 'user@packaginator.com', 'user')
+ user = User.objects.create_user('user', 'user@opencomparison.com', 'user')
self.pkg1.usage.add(user)
def test_01_packages_usage(self):
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2  core/tests/data.py
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ def make():
category = category,
participants = "pydanny",
repo_description = "Make testing as painless as waxing your legs.",
- repo_url = "https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator",
+ repo_url = "https://github.com/opencomparison/opencomparison",
slug = "serious-testing",
title="Serious Testing"
)
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2  docs/introduction.rst
@@ -36,4 +36,4 @@ Not yet!
The progenitor of Packaginator, Django Packages was cooked up during Django Dash 2010. We wanted to keep the scope of our work reasonable. We'll try to include more sites in the future. Here are some details:
* Sourceforge needs needs to repair their API and then we can play.
- * Google's lack of a formal API leaves us the option of screen-scraping their content. We're not excited about introducing that sort of brittle activity into Packaginater.
+ * Google's lack of a formal API leaves us the option of screen-scraping their content. We're not excited about introducing that sort of brittle activity into OpenComparison.
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12 docs/opencomparison_settings.rst
@@ -39,16 +39,20 @@ Example (also the default)::
Launchpad Specific settings
===========================
-The launchpad Python client tool requires an unbelievable amount of requirements to handle a simple JSON ReST based webservice. These requirements can be tricky to install. Therefore, Packaginator out of the box does not support Launchpad.
+The launchpad Python client tool requires an unbelievable amount of requirements to handle a simple JSON ReST based webservice. These requirements can be tricky to install. Therefore, OpenComparison out of the box does not support Launchpad.
+
+.. warning:: Launchpad hasn't been tested or maintained in a while. This probably won't work at this time.
If you have problems, please refer to troubleshooting_.
LAUNCHPAD_ACTIVE (Default: False)
---------------------------------
-If you want your instance of Packaginator to support Launchpad, set this setting to true in local_settings.py::
+If you want your instance of OpenComparison to support Launchpad, set this setting to true in local_settings.py::
LAUNCHPAD_ACTIVE = True
+
+
LAUNCHPAD_CACHE_DIR
-------------------
@@ -62,8 +66,8 @@ Example::
Permissions Settings
====================
-Packaginator provides several ways to control who can make what changes to
-things like packages, features, and grids. By default, a Packaginator project
+OpenComparison provides several ways to control who can make what changes to
+things like packages, features, and grids. By default, a OpenComparison project
is open to contributions from any registered user. If a given project would
like more control over this, there are two settings that can be used.
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6 docs/postgresql_contributor_instructions.rst
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ out as the postgres user.
Now you should be able to access postgres using ``psql -U
postgres``. Create a new database using ``createdb -U postgres
-packaginator``.
+opencomparison``.
Ubuntu
------
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ column from md5 to trust).
Apply those changes with ``/etc/init.d/postgresql-8.4 reload``.
-Lastly, create a new database using ``createdb -U postgres packaginator``.
+Lastly, create a new database using ``createdb -U postgres opencomparison``.
Windows
-------
@@ -74,5 +74,5 @@ Open pgAdmin III. Right-click on PostgreSQL 8.4 (localhost:5432) and
choose Connect. Enter the Postgres user password.
Right-click Databases and choose New Database. Give it the name
-packaginator and the owner postgres. Click OK.
+opencomparison and the owner postgres. Click OK.
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4 docs/repo_handlers.rst
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
Repo Handler API
================
-Adding a new repo in Packaginator is a relatively straightforward task. You need to provide two things:
+Adding a new repo system like Github in OpenComparison is a relatively straightforward task. You need to provide two things:
#. Add a new repo handler in the apps.models.repos directory that follows the described API
#. Add tests to check your work
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ So your code might do the following::
How about cloning GitBlarg's repos so we can get a better view of the data?
===========================================================================
-The problem is that developers, designers, and managers will happily put gigabytes of data into a git/hg/svn/fossil/cvs repo. For a single project that doesn't sound like much, but when you are dealing with thousands of packages in a Packaginator instance the scale of the data becomes... well... terrifying. What is now a mild annoyance becomes a staggeringly large problem.
+The problem is that developers, designers, and managers will happily put gigabytes of data into a git/hg/svn/fossil/cvs repo. For a single project that doesn't sound like much, but when you are dealing with thousands of packages in a OpenComparison instance the scale of the data becomes... well... terrifying. What is now a mild annoyance becomes a staggeringly large problem.
Therefore, pull requests on repo handlers that attempt to solve the problem this way will be summarily **rejected**.
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4 docs/testing_instructions.rst
@@ -6,10 +6,10 @@ Testing Instructions
Running the test suite
----------------------
-To run all of the Packaginator tests::
+To run all of the OpenComparison tests::
python manage.py test --settings.test
-To run tests for a particular Packaginator app, for example the feeds app::
+To run tests for a particular OpenComparison app, for example the feeds app::
python manage.py test feeds --settings.test
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3  feeds/__init__.py
@@ -1,3 +1,2 @@
"""This application defines RSS and Atom feeds
-that are made available to the users of the
-packaginator"""
+that are made available to the users of OpenComparison"""
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2  feeds/tests/data.py
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ def load():
pypi_url='',
participants=u'pydanny',
pypi_downloads=0,
- repo_url=u'https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator',
+ repo_url=u'https://github.com/opencomparison/opencomparison',
repo_commits=0,
repo_forks=0,
slug=u'serious-testing',
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2  grid/tests/data.py
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ def load():
pypi_url='',
participants=u'pydanny',
pypi_downloads=0,
- repo_url=u'https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator',
+ repo_url=u'https://github.com/opencomparison/opencomparison',
repo_commits=0,
repo_forks=0,
slug=u'serious-testing',
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2  homepage/tests/data.py
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ def load():
pypi_url='',
participants=u'pydanny',
pypi_downloads=0,
- repo_url=u'https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator',
+ repo_url=u'https://github.com/opencomparison/opencomparison',
repo_commits=0,
repo_forks=0,
slug=u'serious-testing',
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2  package/tests/initial_data.py
@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ def load():
pypi_url='',
participants=u'pydanny',
pypi_downloads=0,
- repo_url=u'https://github.com/cartwheelweb/packaginator',
+ repo_url=u'https://github.com/opencomparison/opencomparison',
repo_commits=0,
repo_forks=0,
slug=u'serious-testing',
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