Feedback on my python framework I'm building.
oscar.j.benjamin at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 02:43:52 CEST 2012
On 13 October 2012 17:48, Chris Angelico <rosuav at gmail.com> wrote:
> The only way to support *absolutely everything* is to do nothing - to
> be a framework so thin you're invisible. (That's not to say you're
> useless; there are bridge modules that do exactly this - ctypes can
> call on any library function from Python; it must therefore abstract
> away nothing. But that's a very specific sort of case.) Anything else
> must by nature make some things easier and some things harder.
Without further ado I announce the release of my new library that
simultaneously does everything and nothing. It can be installed with:
pip install ''
That's right: the library's name is the empty string (as it's source
and documentation). Don't be fooled by the error message from pip: the
library was correctly installed before you ran the command!
Other libraries have failed by imposing restrictions on usage in an
attempt to better serve a mere finite number of use cases. This
library is *equally optimal* for an uncountably infinite number of
purposes and comes with the strong guarantee that it will never
decrease your productivity in any situation whatsoever!
P.S. I also have not taken 10 minutes to read the documentation for
giotto as I get the impression that is not relevant to any of my own
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