anto.cuni at gmail.com
Thu Nov 18 16:06:43 CET 2010
On 18/11/10 01:17, Dan Stromberg wrote:
> Given #1 and #2 above, anydbm should continue working, due to the presence of
> gdbm and dumbdbm.
> I guess I think that if someone has a need for bsddb (and it's assorted
> interfaces), they probably should work on that.
> Sound reasonable?
Yes. To me it sounds reasonable. I don't know if it's correct because I never
used any of those modules, but it's surely reasoable :-).
I think that the best would be if you get an account on codespeak and do that
in a branch: this way we can follow your commits and the if everything is fine
we merge it.
I personally cannot create new accounts on codespeak, so you should ask
someone else for this (e.g. Armin Rigo): the easiest way is if you just come
on #pypy on freenode.net and talk with us "real-time".
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