To try to minimize administrative work for me (fighting spam, dealing with security, updating Trac, etc.) I’m moving all my libraries to GitHub: IDLdoc, mgunit, rIDL, and finally a complete personal library, mglib. These repos all have the same features that were available on my personal site: tickets (now called “issues”), wiki pages, and access code via version control (was Subversion, now is git). There are some nice, additional bells and whistles like the ability to download the current code as a zip file, social features, and lots more.

In particular, my personal library is now easily accessible and contains the old vis (now using the mg_ namespace instead of vis_), cmdline_tools, and dist_tools libraries as well as my other miscellaneous routines. I haven’t made formal releases of this library in the past, but I do use it for projects like IDLdoc and mgunit, which do have formal releases.