On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 8:00 AM Smith, Mike <Mike_Smith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yesterday out of the 10 or so responses, I only received 3 of them in my inbox.
How did you find out about the other responses? Just reading them in
the quoted material at the bottom of the ones you did receive? Or did
they eventually arrive this morning?
Unfortunately, between very uneven e-mail propagation patterns and
spam filters, I've noticed that some people either don't see some
posts at all, or see them very, very late (like sometimes days after
they were sent).
You might want to either check the archives periodically, or (at the
risk of introducing Yet Another New Thing) post your questions on
I guess eventually I will have to add git to the list to learn as well, if I get to the point of actually using Python for production.
Learning git isn't strictly necessary, even if you use Python in
production. But learning git is a good idea, regardless of whether you
use Python in production, or even use Python at all. For what it's
worth, I don't use git on the i, even though I could and probably
should. Also, I know only the most rudimentary features, and rely
mostly on a GUI when using it on my PC. Other folks are much more
gung-ho and moving all their source (including RPG, CL, etc.) to
stream files and leveraging git to manage it.