Python pattern repository

Robin Munn rmunn at pobox.com
Tue Oct 15 20:33:13 CEST 2002


It's been a couple of days since Holger Krekel's post to the "Buffering
control in python?" thread and I haven't seen anyone start up a thread
on this subject, so I'm starting one. I'd also like to see this happen.
I don't have server space to contribute, but I could help with coding,
administration, etc.

Holger's original post is duplicated below.

>From: holger krekel <pyth at devel.trillke.net>
>Newsgroups: comp.lang.python
>Subject: Re: Buffering control in python?
>Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2002 10:31:08 +0200
>
>Hi Bengt,
>
>Bengt Richter wrote:
>> ...
>> 
>> >Yip, proxying is a nice pattern especially with python.
>> >
>> Is there a Python pattern repository somewhere?
>
>No that i know off. The closest is the aspn-cookbook. 
>
>Heck, I can't believe it. 
>
>We still don't have a useful repository for all
>the nice snippets, recipes and patterns posted and
>discussed everywhere.  Although there is plenty of nice 
>web-software, mailing lists and whatnot written in python.
>Sometimes people say that we have a great standard lib
>aka "batteries included".  True, but i don't think that's
>enough.  E.g. 
>
>1) i have figured out two screens of code
>   to use the Spread-module for basic things.  
>   Is there a generic place to publish this example
>   so that others can find it, use it, discuss it, 
>   enhance it?
>
>2) i have a nice filename class which has all the os.path
>   methods and filtering walks and and and. It needs some
>   work but if people use it i would definitely enhance it.
>   Now am i supposed to setup a sourceforge project for it? 
>   No, thanks.  
>
>3) i have done a new introspecting rlcompleter ...
>
>4) i need a small class that ...
>
>hopefully, we as a community will finally come up with a
>hybrid web/mail approach (aka roundup) to serve these needs.
>I am definitely interested to code, implement/design concepts
>and offer server-space/cvs for it.
>
>sorry, but i couldn't help it :-)
>
>regards,
>
>    holger


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