[tahoe-dev] Why pyutils isn't well known

Peter Westlake peter.westlake at pobox.com
Mon Jul 26 11:54:43 UTC 2010


Having seen pyutils mentioned, I wondered what utilities were in it.

http://tahoe-lafs.org/trac/pyutil says:

   A collection of functions and data structures that we've found
   useful over the years.

   See also  http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyutil 

and http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyutil says:

   a collection of mature utilities for Python programmers

   These are a few data structures, classes and functions which we've
   needed over many years of Python programming and which seem to be
   of general use to other Python programmers. Many of the modules
   that have existed in pyutil over the years have subsequently been
   obsoleted by new features added to the Python language or its
   standard library, thus showing that we're not alone in wanting
   tools like these.

... and refers back to http://tahoe-lafs.org/trac/pyutil.

Not a word about what it actually does!

Peter.




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