How do I organize my Python application code?
rajat.dudeja at aeroflex.com
Thu Aug 14 17:37:06 CEST 2008
>>Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>> That's all there is; there's no header files or declaration files or
>> explicitly maintained object files etc; the program itself is just a
>> bunch of Python files.
>I would simply add that if your python script produces one or more
output files (for example a text or graphic file)
>you might want to have an 'output' directory in your project.
>Some people use a 'src' directory, but that is not nearly as neccessary
as in a complied language.
Thanks Ken and Fredrik for your direction.
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