Does Python really follow its philosophy of "Readability counts"?
kyrie at uh.cu
Wed Jan 21 18:34:57 CET 2009
On Wednesday 21 January 2009 02:30:54 am Russ P. wrote:
> That could work. As long as it's well-engineered (not a hack), well-
> supported (part of the standard library), and does the job, that's
> probably all that matters.
But you keep failing to explay why do you need it to be _part of the standard_
library (or whatever).
If you need it in your project, _use_ it. If you don't, then don't use it. If
_you_ need that thing you call security, just use it already and quit
complaining that we don't use it. Is there a policy in your project that you
can't use any external?
Luis Zarrabeitia (aka Kyrie)
Fac. de Matemática y Computación, UH.
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