Dr. Dobb's Python-URL! - weekly Python news and links (Dec 2)
davidf at sjsoft.com
Thu Dec 2 16:32:06 CET 2004
Robin Becker wrote:
> Cameron Laird wrote:
>> QOTW: "... why does Microsoft try so hard to protect its sources?"
>> 2.4 is final, buildable under Windows in at least a couple of
>> ways, improved, ...
>> asyncore, Twisted, the Python core...--do you understand how
>> they relate to TLS, serial-port usage, GUI-oriented event
>> processing, and so on?
>> Ian Bicking and others describe the meaning of "Python 3000".
>> Reading without blocking is possible--with care.
>> Josiah Carlson and Paul McGuire explain decorators.
>> Nick Coghlan knows sick ways to spell "file".
>> Python works in Frontier.
> For some reason I can't seem to make use of the google links. When I use
> the above eg
> I get a not found google page with url
> really wanted to spell file in a sickly manner :)
Apparently this is due to a Google "upgrade"
See the slashdot story:
The important thing is that you (or I) can still access them at
Maybe the URLs on the web page could be adjusted?
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