For the non-technical among you the above picture probably doesn’t mean much. The fact that the text is green and its got 100% dotted about the place probably indicates that it’s likely to be A Good Thing™, and it is.
This is the output from
rainbird-yolanda, specifically the report telling me how much of the code I’ve spent the past few weeks writing is tested. The 100% means all of it is tested, which is nice.
This becomes important because Ben also hit a milestone today and we’re close to joining the logic he’s written to the infrastructure I’ve written. I may need to tweak a few thinks in order to get everything to fit, and when I do the tests will tell me if I’ve inadvertently broken anything. This gives us a high level of confidence and means we don’t run into unforeseen problems days down the line.
I may be 8 days behind where I wanted to be, but I’m pretty happy with what I’ve produced, and chuffed with the report output.
 Yolanda is what we’ve called the rewrite of the internals of Rainbird, because Prolog
?- happy(yolanda). – it’s a geek thing, I wouldn’t worry about it.