[stdlib-sig] new package idea: socket
alexandre at peadrop.com
Mon Mar 10 01:50:48 CET 2008
On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 6:15 PM, Brett Cannon <brett at python.org> wrote:
> So this one kind of is screaming at me:
> socket -> socket.__init__
> SocketServer -> socket.server
> ssl -> socket.ssl
> I know Guido has expressed his dislike of putting much code in a
> package's __init__, but since every module that would go in this
> package is dependent on the socket module anyway, I see no harm.
> What do people think?
I like it. Also, I think it make sense to put socket's code in
socket.__init__. Doing otherwise, would be redundant for the users.
s = socket.socket.socket(socket.socket.AF_INET, socket.socket.SOCK_STREAM)
Ugh! (Of course, you could do use a from-import, to avoid this)
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