[Twisted-Python] BEEPy - a Python BEEP library
daedalus at eigenmagic.com
Wed Jan 7 02:06:06 EST 2004
On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 01:26:09AM -0500, Jp Calderone wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 04:47:45PM +1100, Justin Warren wrote:
> > I'm the developer of a library called BEEPy which is a BEEP
> > implementation written in pure Python. I recently redesigned the core
> > to use twisted for TCP and SSL comms, so I figured you folks might be
> > interested in it.
> Very cool to hear :) It's late and I'm on my way to bed, so I'll probably
> download this tomorrow and take a look. One thing I would have liked to see
> on the web page is some html documentation, at least of the APIs. Any
> chance of getting something like that up (via epydoc or whatever)?
Probably, but not soon. The move to twisted involved a pretty major
overhaul of the API. Like most lazy developers, I've concentrated on
the code rather than writing good doco. :)
I've never used epydoc before, but it looks nice from first
impressions. I'll check it out and get cracking on some doco.
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