RunSnakeRun Beta1 is Out
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Got some time on the train home today to work on RSR. I'm going to consider it beta 1 now. There are some packaging fixes needed (e.g. getting the dependencies declared), but it seems basically finished as far as the code is concerned. With wxPython installed:
which should, if all the gnomes cooperate, install an executable named "runsnake".
[Update] Probably useful to point to the project page.
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Tim Parkin on 02/12/2009 5:11 p.m. #
Big thanks for writing such useful software.. We've been using to analyse restish and have succeeded in getting performance up by about 15-20%
One thing that might be useful next (a sign of success if feature requests after all) is the ability to highlight all 'callees' (either direct descendants or all descendants of a particular point in the tree). This way I could choose a module in file view and see what other modules it is using directly or eventually? I hope that makes some sense?
I suppose another way of explaing it would be that if I was in file view and picked a line in the left hand pane. If I then chose 'callees' in the right hand pane and rolled my mouse over all of them, I would end up highlighting everything that was called by my initial choice.. A way to see this in one go (highlight all callees) would be great. I suppose highlight all callers might be good too?
Mike Fletcher on 02/14/2009 8:48 p.m. #
Hmm, probably the best way to make that happen would be to just add the module/package nodes to the list on the left-hand side. That would give you the ability to see the set as a list. From there, we could let you select at some point to highlight (all) callees/callers of any given node.
Seems like it might be a bit of work to get working efficiently, but seems like a reasonably useful feature.