[tahoe-dev] Why pyutils isn't well known
ravi at p-static.net
Tue Jul 27 05:03:40 UTC 2010
I'd like to second this - not trying to be harsh here, but a package
where the description is basically "contains good code!" is next to useless.
On 07/26/10 07:54, Peter Westlake wrote:
> 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!
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