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From Benjamin Young <>
Subject Re: tool for management of couchdb design docs/code
Date Wed, 18 Dec 2013 16:36:55 GMT
Hey Vivek,

Thanks for open sourcing your code! I'd love to see if we can 
collaborate. Benoit passed the baton for `couchapp` on to me a few weeks 
back, and I'm working to dust it off a bit, and get a path in place for 
it's future. It'd be great if we could collaborate and work toward lots 
of little reusable pieces with a nice command line interface for 
building, testing, and publishing CouchApps.

Also, anyone else interested in helping out and moving things forward, 
please join in here and on Github:

Let me know your thoughts!

On 12/14/13, 5:28 AM, Vivek Pathak wrote:
> Hi
> I had some couchdb projects (since ~ 2007) which had significant 
> computation within views/lists etc.    I had read about couchapp - 
> which although is totally great - did not serve my purpose 
> satisfactorily (reasons/details below).
> Hence I had developed various scripts which were project specific. 
> Finally I extracted the code into a standalone program which has the 
> following main points:
>  * Code on file system matches exactly code in couchdb (helps version
>    control and programming - see next)
>  * Able to create and run test cases (automatically w/o code change)
>    for view map/reduce functions
>  * Be able to run the these test cases manually through debugger (eg:
>    rhino) using a harness
>  * Be able to instrument these test cases for profiling, for example by
>    having a debug built js in path
>  * And finally - just like couchcapp - create canonical directory
>    structure, as well as push and pull to/from design documents.
> The code (single standalone python script) is available here :
> You are welome to try/use/improve
> Thanks
> Vivek

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