I know I'm a little behind in my dev mail, per usual these days, but I just want to say that this is a good thing (tm). I actually have need for bzip2 in an application and would be quite happy for its support.
In a related question, does python have tar support (I haven't had a chance to investigate thoroughly)? I got the impression it didn't, which is kinda weird since zip is a supporting archive, and gz and bz2 will be, but there's no unix-y tar. But I'm sure someone will correct me and say I'm wrong :)
Regards, -- Mike
On Fri, Nov 01 @ 11:13, Gustavo Niemeyer wrote:
If there are no licensing issues, and if there's a decent bz2 library, it should be welcome in the core. Batteries included.
Great! This module is currently distributed under LGPL, but I have no problems in changing it to Python's license. About being decent, I'd be suspect to evaluate my own code. I accept comments and suggestions about it though.
-- Gustavo Niemeyer
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