[Baypiggies] open source hosting for small Python libraries

Tung Wai Yip tungwaiyip at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 16 19:32:05 CEST 2009

I'm already using ASPN. But it is not useful for maintaining and evolving  
the code. Once in a while I get a request like can you make it backward  
compatible with Python 2.4. It need to have some version control mechanism.


Wai Yip

> You could put the recipes here as well:  
> http://code.activestate.com/recipes/langs/python/
> thanks,
> -v
> Tung Wai Yip wrote:
> I have a small collection of Python libraries. They do simple things,  
> but can
> come in handy when it fits your need. Some examples are,
> HTMLTestRunner
> http://tungwaiyip.info/software/HTMLTestRunner.html
> XML to Python data structure
> http://code.activestate.com/recipes/534109/
> They are stable code with at most a few hundred lines. Over the years I  
> have
> receive low level but steady interest on them. I feel that I should find  
> them a
> proper home so that they can be supported and maintained. Mainly I'm  
> looking
> something easy to use and setup. Sourceforge looks overwhelming. Is  
> google code
> a good place? Any other recommendations?
> Wai Yip
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