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By Chris Dawson, Ben Straub

On your subsequent venture on GitHub, benefit from the service’s strong API to fulfill your particular improvement necessities. This functional advisor indicates you ways to construct your individual software program instruments for customizing the GitHub workflow. each one hands-on bankruptcy is a compelling tale that walks you thru the tradeoffs and concerns for development purposes on best of assorted GitHub technologies.

If you’re an skilled programmer accustomed to GitHub, you’ll the best way to construct instruments with the GitHub API and similar open resource applied sciences corresponding to Jekyll (site builder), Hubot (NodeJS chat robot), and Gollum (wiki).

  • Build an easy Ruby server with Gist API command-line instruments and Ruby’s "Octokit" API client
  • Use the Gollum command-line device to construct a picture administration application
  • Build a GUI instrument to look GitHub with PythonDocument interactions among third-party instruments and your code
  • Use Jekyll to create a fully-featured weblog from fabric on your GitHub repository
  • Create an Android cellular program that reads and writes info right into a Jekyll repository
  • Host a complete single-page JavaScript program on GitHub
  • Use Hubot to automate pull request reviews

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Second, to enable the selection of a set of consistent checkpoints during recovery, the dependency of the checkpoints has to be determined and recorded together with each checkpoint. This would incur additional overhead and increase the complexity of the implementation [2]. As a result, the uncoordinated checkpointing is not as simple as and not as efficient as one would have expected [3]. 2 Tamir and Sequin Global Checkpointing Protocol In this coordinated checkpointing protocol due to Tamir and Sequin [22], one of the processes is designated as the coordinator and the remaining processes are participants.

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The channel state for P2 is empty because it did not receive any message prior to the receipt of the Marker message from each of its incoming channels. Note that the regular message received (such as m0 or m1 ) is executed immediately, which is drastically different from the Tamir and Sequin global checkpointing protocol. 4 Discussion The two global checkpointing protocols introduced in this section share a number of similarities. Both rely on virtually the same system model, and use a special control message to propagate and coordinate the global checkpointing.

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