[Chicago] The other standard library...
andrew at humanized.com
Thu Mar 8 23:10:20 CET 2007
Hmmm....Based on what I and my friends do, I'd add:
I'd like to add CherryPy, but I'll wait until it stops being more annoying
than [insert your favorite flame-target here].
On 3/8/07, Mark Ramm <mark.mchristensen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for Python Libraries that you use everyday, but which for
> whatever reason aren't part of the standard library.
> Some thingsthat come immediately to mind are BeautifulSoup, NumPy,
> dateutil, and lxml.
> What else do you think ought to be on the list? I'm particularly
> interested in those libraries which don't have great documentation
> This may not entirely an academic exercise... So, if you have a
> chance, shoot me an e-mail over the next couple days.
> Mark Ramm-Christensen
> email: mark at compoundthinking dot com
> blog: www.compoundthinking.com/blog
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