Python to Python communication
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Mon Oct 11 18:34:20 EDT 2004
> Pyro is "ripe"... version 3.0 was released Q4, 2002, so the 3.x
> versions have been around and in active use for 2 years now.
That is really good information! Thank you. "active for 2 years" is
rather "mature" then only "ripe" :)))
> I've been talking about Pyro 4.0 for a long time, but we haven't
> even begun the real design of it.
> What is it that makes you shudder?
Really exactly that :))) I do not know you at all; as I said: your
presentation, the documentation and the voices within c.l.p. give me a
very positive feeling towards you and your software. So all my
"shuddering" comes from this bits of information: "the author of a
product thinks to further develop it a complete redesign - not a gradual
upgrade - is necessary - so maybe I should wait for that" :)) And the
fear, that new ideas will be postponed to the imaginary future version.
(I tend do to such things with my own projects, too )
So I will give a very deep look at PyRo and spread... especially because
I need that "peer to peer"
Thank you all for your support!
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