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MySQL Sandbox and laziness

Laziness strikes again.
MySQL Sandbox was created with the intent of avoiding repetitive work when creating and using several servers. Turns out that even the current framework, which many say that is really time saving and enhances productivity, was not enough. So my desire for laziness, which is, as everybody should know a chief virtue for a programmer has made me code a shortcut script, which can joggle sandboxes as never before.

Enter the sb script (available in version 3.0.03). Now I can shorten my typing experience with sandboxes quite a lot:

$ sb 5135
# same as calling
# …
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MySQL Sandbox 3.0 is released - looking at the future

It's done. MySQL Sandbox 3.0 is now available.
New features include:
  • Installation as a Perl module;
  • Copying, moving, deleting, and preserving sandboxes;
  • Port checking before installing;
  • A test suite with 200 tests;
  • User defined modular tests;
  • A rich cookbook

If you get the source code through the …

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