Sat, 18 Dec 1999 08:06:14 -0500 (EST)
I'm a "mac" user of python, but I'm not a Mac expert...really.
I spend 97% of my 'mac' time running telnet. ;-) I do have a couple
of projects that are totally mac though.
If you have mac specific questions... I highly recommend the Mac
>>>>> "ge0desic" == ge0desic <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
ge0desic> First I'd like to say that after several half-hearted
ge0desic> attempts (and much procrastination) at learning Perl, I
ge0desic> decided to give Python a try based on ESR's
ge0desic> recommendation in his book 'The Cathederal and the
ge0desic> Bazaar'. I must say that I am very impressed. The
ge0desic> language itself is easy to understand and the
ge0desic> tutorials/examples I have been looking at are the best I
ge0desic> have seen. I actually am beginning to understand alot
ge0desic> of the concepts that other resources I have used could
ge0desic> not explain coherently.
ge0desic> Before I start asking alot of Mac related questions
ge0desic> here, I wanted to find out if there are other Mac users
ge0desic> on this list. I have discovered that some of the
ge0desic> examples I try out don't work on the Mac but do work
ge0desic> when I try them at work on Win NT.
ge0desic> My interest lies more toward the WWW/CGI aspects of
ge0desic> Python and at this time I don't have a *Nix server setup
ge0desic> (though it won't be long now). Are there any HTTP
ge0desic> servers I can run on top of MacOS that will allow me to
ge0desic> play with Python?
ge0desic> thanks for the time, David
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