Paul McMillan PaulMcMillan

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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am paulmcmillan on github.
  • I am paulm (https://keybase.io/paulm) on keybase.
  • I have a public key whose fingerprint is 47E3 93A2 74F7 5583 B735 0676 1161 CBFC E675 5113

To claim this, I am signing this object:

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# Use this wrapper with functions in chains that return a tuple. The
# next function in the chain will get called with that the contents of
# tuple as (first) positional args, rather than just as just the first
# arg. Note that both the sending and receiving function must have
# this wrapper, which goes between the @task decorator and the
# function definition. This wrapper should not otherwise interfere
# when these conditions are not met.
 
class UnwrapMe(object):
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def iterit(*args, **kwargs):
"""
This takes some input (int, string, list, iterable, whatever) and
makes sure it is an iterable, making it a single item list if not.
Importantly, it does rational things with strings.
 
You can pass it more than one item. Cast is optional.
 
def foo(offsets=10):
offsets = iterit(offsets, cast=int)
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# The easiest way to turn multiple commits in a feature branch into a single commit
# is to reset the feature branch changes in the master and commit everything again.
 
# Switch to the master branch and make sure you are up to date.
git checkout master
git fetch # this may be necessary (depending on your git config) to receive updates on origin/master
git pull
 
# Merge the feature branch into the master branch.
git merge feature_branch
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