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Re: Python Command-line Client Bindings

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-06-30 16:59:54 CEST

David James <james82@gmail.com> writes:
> Sounds good. I think that your suggested approach would be easier and
> could offer more benefits to the project as a whole. If I keep the
> tests relatively simple, it will leave more time for me to work on
> other aspects of the bindings, such as automatic pool management.
> Opinions?

I think that's a good idea. I mean, the real point was always to get
the Python bindings thoroughly tested, and improved as a result. The
Python command-line client was just a means to that end; if a better
means is available, we should use that.

Sorry for the severe whiplash your poor proposal must be suffering by
now, David :-). In retrospect, I wish that those of us reviewing the
SoC applications (most svn developers did not, though all were free
to) had consulted with Mike Pilato and other Python-bindings people
about the specifics of yours, so that we could have gotten here
sooner. Oh well, live and learn. Thanks for being so darn reasonable
about it all, though.

By the way, I've taken soc@ off the CC list. That mailing list is not
for technical discussions, only for SoC administrivia and such.


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Received on Thu Jun 30 19:10:44 2005

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