Bhuvaneswaran Arumugam wrote:
>>I'm not familiar with the atom feed format, but if its anywhere near as
>>simplistic as what we're getting out of svn2rss.py, you hardly need another
> Yeah, it is almost similar to rss feeds and it is simple. I've attached
> a sample ATOM 1.0 feed.
> By redoing so, what we are going to achieve ? Are there any complaints
> about using PyRSS2Gen from the users ? I'm unsure about its current
> state. IMO, PyRSS2Gen is available in all package formats (for example,
> in Ubuntu, by default it is available in universe repository). So, if we
> can do things smartly and easily using available libraries, why we
> should puddle with 'print' statements to generate the xml content when
> things are already stable.
As with most things, there's a balance to be attained. I'm all for
modularity and code re-use, but if that modularity saves you an arguably
small amount of work (these feed formats are super-trivial) but costs your
users in that they've got to go grab a bunch of custom modules before their
scripts work, that's something to consider.
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Received on Fri Jul 14 19:17:24 2006