Python for large projects

Cameron Laird claird at lairds.com
Sun Mar 28 18:11:02 CEST 2004


In article <c3t11s$619$1 at atlantis.news.tpi.pl>,
Jarek Zgoda  <jzgoda at gazeta.usun.pl> wrote:
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>I started writing programs in Python when I discovered famous APS (NTLM
>Authorization Proxy Server, written by Mr. Rozmanov) -- a clever piece
>of code, that performs some nasty trick in corporate networks, where
>ladmins use NTLM Authorization on web proxies, and enables one to use
>any webbrowser, not only MSIE (Mozilla Team *plans* to incorporate NTLM
>Authorization in future). In my >15 years of professional programming
>such thing happened only this one time.
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I don't understand the last sentence; what's the part that's
unprecedented?

I know you rarely do e-mail, and I'm not set up for Jabber 
this weekend, so I resort to Usenet, for now.  Congratulations
on JPA, by the way.
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Cameron Laird <claird at phaseit.net>
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