AOPUnified BPM vill make heavy use of Aspect Oriented Programming.
Why? Because if there ever was a system that would benefit from centralizing cross-cutting concerns, it is this one.
There is basically none of the typical uses for AOP that aren't present everywhere in Unified BPM: Security, Logging, Caching(memoization), Syncronization, Connection management, Proxification, Run-time debugging, tracing, statistics and basically whatever you could think of, they are all present here.
Also, the support for it in Python is positively excellent and simple to use. Especially using the "decorator" module.
Postgresql-client vs. Windows USERNAMESo, suddenly Hudson started reporting that the Win XP-postgresql tests failed.
I also realized that they only failed while being remotely run by the Hudson test runner.
I just could not get my head around it, after a while I managed to find out it was getpass that tried to load the pwd-module. Which of course doesn't exist in the Windows environment.
I had no idea why, though. It really had no use for that data. The only reason was that it used it to populate some defaults when it couldn't find the USERNAME environmental variable.
The thing was, that that variable was available when I ran it as the same user from a logged in shell. But it seemed it wasn't when being run by Hudson.
It took me a while to come to the conclusion that my only option was to manually set the USERNAME variable as a parameter in Hudson. I did, and it worked.
It seems that the USERNAME environment variable isn't set by Windows, but by the process creator. Or something to that effect.