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Re: [MirageOS-devel] Notes on testing

On 6 May 2015 at 18:50, Anil Madhavapeddy <anil@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 6 May 2015, at 02:29, Thomas Leonard <talex5@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 6 May 2015 at 10:18, Mindy <mindy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Thanks for writing these up :) progress notes:
>>> On 05/06/2015 01:31 AM, Richard Mortier wrote:
>>>> [mort]: Document that `mirage-net-pcap` should be used to gather
>>>> `.pcap` files for a bug report.
>>> I'll soon release a version of `mirage-net-pcap` that plays nicely with
>>> `mirage-vnetif` rather than reimplementing it poorly, and also supports
>>> actual file writes (wow!).
>>>> [mindy]: Build a simple example of testing for a single-layer of the
>>>> stack (ARP) using Irmin.
>>> I wrote about this a little while ago, but it's bundled-up with thoughts on
>>> implementing the cache data structure as an Irmin store and makes for an
>>> exceedingly poor how-to; I'll split this up and make the just-test-a-thing
>>> piece a bit more coherent.
>> I'm not sure it was ever announced on this list, so here's the link
>> for people interested in the ARP-cache-on-Irmin experiments (I assume
>> this is what you're referring to):
>> http://www.somerandomidiot.com/blog/2015/04/24/what-a-distributed-version-controlled-ARP-cache-gets-you/
>> We do need more Irmin tutorials though. I've had some requests for a
>> more technical follow-up to the CueKeeper post, so I may write
>> something there too about Irmin, but the ARP cache example is probably
>> a better place for an introduction.
> More immediately, it would be great to gather some of these blog links
> and put them in Irmin's README and the tutorial wiki so they get found
> by curious people.

I've added a links page here, where people can add links to blogs and
software related to Irmin:


Dr Thomas Leonard        http://roscidus.com/blog/
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