Contributing to Heptapod has just become much easier, thanks to the
introduction of the Heptapod Development Kit (HDK).
Since the beginning of this year, we've been using a custom modified
version of the GitLab Development Kit (GDK) for most Heptapod
development. However, it didn't go much beyond replacing git by …
A few days ago, Heptapod 0.13.0rc2 was released.
This is the first version with optional support for Python 3.
In this post, we explain why it matters to test Heptapod with
Python 3 as soon as possible, and how to do so safely for your
Today, we've configured dev.heptapod.net, the self-hosted development
instance of Heptapod, for login and registration with BitBucket and
This makes it a breeze to register a new account and start filing
issues, commenting on Merge Requests, etc.
Existing users have to activate the feature explicitely (see below …
We're glad to announce that version 0.4.0 of Heptapod has been
released on 2019-07-09.
This version contains an overhaul of Mercurial logs, with Sentry
We also took this opportunity to give the Docker image its long due README.
This new logging system leverages the
brand new loggingmod …