ccsentient at myopera.com
Sat Mar 3 21:06:23 CET 2012
Fascinating - I am intrigued. I'll do some historical research in the mean
time; please let me know how to get started.
Thank you very much,
On Sat, 03 Mar 2012 12:10:25 -0600, bob gailer <bgailer at gmail.com> wrote:
> I head an open-source project "Python Pipelines" and am currently
> seeking folk like you who have some computer background and a desire to
> I am creating a pure Python cross-platform version of IBM's CMS/TSO
> Pipelilnes. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hartmann_pipeline for a
> description of IBM's project.
> There are many folk who (like me) work(ed) at IBM; encountered
> Pipeliines and became happily dependent on it for solving problems with
> ease. When we were not at IBM we wondered "where is Pipelines for my PC?"
> Others have created PC versions, so mine is not the only one. I think
> mine has some special features and will find good use once it is
> The only publicly accessible site for this project is at
> There is no code there, just another description. Please read it.
> This project involves (of course) Python, regular expressions, parsing,
> dynamically linking class instances, threads, etc etc.
> Would you like a more in-depth look, and possibly be willing to learn
> and contribute?
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