A while ago I posted a short greasemonkey script to make saving a Stanford class video to disk a little easier. I’ve cleaned it up a little and posted in on userscripts.org as the Stanford Video MMS Commander. Same disclaimers as before apply, namely, this script is not to be used in any way to help violate Stanford’s terms and conditions.
- Dreamhost now has a one-click install for Trac (though it currently claims to install the outdated v0.11.4 of Trac, v0.12 having been released a few months ago)
- As of v0.12, Trac supports multiple repositories for each project. The previous lack of support for this feature in earlier versions of Trac was a big motivating factor for me to write up AutoTracOnDreamhost in the first place, as I like to have completely separate source control repositories for each of the different projects I’m working on.
So, while it was always open source (under GPLv3) I’ve now released AutoTracOnDreamhost on GitHub to make access that much easier. I’ve also released what will likely be the final release of AutoTracOnDreamhost, version 1.2. The changes from v1.1 are pretty minor:
- Bumped up the version numbers of the software packages the scripts install.
- README updates
- Did a test install to make sure it all still works. As of today (Sept. 10, 2010) AutoTracOnDreamhost completes a default install of Trac and friends without any problems on my Dreamhost machine (spilotro.dreamhost.com).