lost interest?

cruciatuz sasoft at gmx.de
Sat Dec 8 23:56:31 CET 2001


On Sun, Dec 09, 2001 at 12:54:02AM +0900, Jonathan Gardner wrote:

> On Sunday 09 December 2001 12:07 am, John Roth wrote:

> However, the interactive mode of CPAN (perl -MCPAN -e shell) is pretty cool. 
> You can specify mirrors to download from pretty easily, it will check what 
> you got and figure out what you need, and it has a few nice touches that 
> makes it really useful. Something like this would be useful for Python in 
> general. However, I find the traditional do-it-yourself easy and sufficient. 
> That's just me, so...
THIS is cpan?
If i understand you right, you can deal with perl modules like you can
with debian's apt-get tool? (i just tried the command "perl -MCPAN -e shell")

I'd really like something like that for python, based on "setup.py", but
with the option to download the package directly.

something like: $> py-get module install 

this would cool :)

... or did i understand everything wrong?

-- 
Stefan Antoni
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Sam Dez  8 17:51:27 EST 2001
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