Saturday, the 1st
first of all, happy children's day to everyone. scream for ice cream and stuff.
surprisingly enough, I've had a pretty productive couple of days. I've been computing centered differences like I said earlier. More on that in a few days though. For now, I wanted to share a few links.
First of all, the sphinx-apidoc script is great. Briliant, as the british would say. You can actually create documentation for a Python package with one command.
Secondly, this stackoverflow answer helped quite a bit. I was able to safely move ippy (sorry, this subject is also postponed) outside of my personal repository, without losing development history.
And last, but not least, here's a good way to develop with git. I started using this development model, and even if I'm a lone developer it still helps. And I'm not planning on being the only programmer working on my stuff forever. By the way, since I'm using several different machines, I do need to use a central (bare repository) on a machine that is always on. Initially I kept working repositories everywhere, and tried to keep them synchronized, but then I realized it doesn't make sense not to use the bare repository option. Now that I also found out about this thing, things are progressing a lot easier. If you don't want to go read the dude's thing, you should at least have a look at the picture. It contains all the important information anyway.