On Oct 10, 2009, at 5:15 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Where might that be hiding? I'd love to have something that does deferreds like Twisted and also implements all of urllib2. I find the info() from urlopen() particularly helpful when debugging issues like this.
As I understand the "info" method, it gives you access to the response headers. The new API definitely exposes that information.
You'll notice that neither of these tickets is closed. #3987 is presently up for review. If you want to help out, you could take a look at the code and point out any problems you notice.
Well...I've now spent some actual time with 886 (-2,-3,and -4), and also with 3987.
While there is some very nice stuff in there, I'm really not sure how one would actually put it to use since the back-end and the front-end seem to have been split into separate branches.
It seems that you can't use 3987 without 886-x but you can't get them checked out at the same time in the same place or, at least, it's not clear to me how one would do that.
Is there any way to get a single checkout, that I can install into a virtualenv, where I can actually try to put this stuff to some sort of concrete use?
For me, until I put it to some actual use in the real world, all the abstract "code review" in the world isn't going to get it any closer to being shippable.