A completely silly question

Keith Dart kdart at kdart.com
Mon Dec 20 04:49:26 CET 2004

Jp Calderone wrote:
> On Sun, 19 Dec 2004 23:15:40 GMT, Keith Dart <kdart at kdart.com> wrote:
>>Mike Meyer wrote:
>>>The termios gives module gives you the tools to manipulate the tty
>>>directly, without invoking stty. The tty module gives you an easier
>>>interface to those routines. However, it's missing a setsane
>>>functions. Hmm. I think it's time for another PEP.
>>>           <mike
>>In the pyNMS package (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pynms/) there is a 
>>module called "termtools". This module can be used in place of the "tty" 
>>module. It has many improvements, including a "sane" function, a "raw" 
>>function, and an "stty" function. This module also replaces the 
>>"getpass" module, as it has the same functions found there. The PagedIO 
>>object is used by the CLI framework in pyNMS.
> I found this:
> http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/*checkout*/pynms/pyNMS/lib/termtools.py?content-type=text%2Fplain&rev=1.4
> But I don't see a function named "sane".  Is sf cvs out of date?  If so, where should I be looking?
>   Jp

Yes, sorry, the CVS is very out of date. Please get the tarball (I just 
today put up a new one with the "sane" function in termtools).

I am coverting it all to subversion, and will make pyNMS publicly 
available through that means when it's ready.

Thanks for looking,

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