bugmap license?

Greg Ward greg-hg at gerg.ca
Tue Dec 21 09:30:06 CST 2010

On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 12:58 PM, Haszlakiewicz, Eric >>Undefined.  I
wrote it on work time for my employer's specific
>>requirements, and have not asked anyone if I can release it publicly.
>>The code is useful as a starting point for others, but hardcodes a lot
>>of policy specific to us.  I do not consider refactoring bugmap into a
>>super-duper general-purpose extension a good use of my time, since
>>doing that would result in a system approximately as flexible as
>>Python or Mercurial.
> Well, that sucks.  I guess I'll need to start from scratch. :(  Oh well, time to go earn my paycheck. :)

As you wish.  I didn't say it was super-duper-confidential
ultra-top-secret code, just that it hasn't been released publicly.  If
you happen to crib bits of it for your company's needs, I promise I
won't tell.

As it happens, I recently went on a mad binge of refactoring and
improving bugmap.  The code is quite a bit nicer now.  New bundle
attached.  Make if it what you will.

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