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Re: PyHurd 0.0.0a3
Re: PyHurd 0.0.0a3
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 09:26:32 +0200
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I just dived into pyHurd again (switched to wmii for that, so a qemu crash
wouldn't take my open KDE config files again...) and wrote a simple file
object for pyhurd (as example).
f = file.file(path)
# seek (only works for write, since I didn't know
# how to read from a specific position)
# Whence specifies from where to seek (as in Python):
# 0: Beginning, 1: Current position, 2: End
f.seek(offset, whence = 0)
It is simply an adapted version of your copy and dump examples, but might be
Also I found in the mean time (some months ago), how freehg can be used
The freehg _website_ only allows a pull model, than means you can only push to
your own repositories and get data from others by pulling from them.
To create efficient structures, the best way I found is to just create pair
repositories, one to which you push, one from which you pull.
If you want to do it, you only need to add the following lines in the
".hg/hgrc" file in your pyhurd repository:
# Path to pull from
default = http://freehg.org/u/ArneBab/pyhurd
# Path to push to
I just did the same in reverse, so if you add it, we'll have synchronizing
Am Sonntag 15 Juni 2008 12:57:42 schrieb Anatoly A. Kazantsev:
> PyHurd 0.0.0a3 available from http://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyHurd/
> I've made a "litle" refactoring of code and split code into 4 modules:
> hurd, mach, glibc and fcntl. Add a new MachPort class and rewrite IO class
> to use MachPort class as parent class.
> If you want to run a few simple test or see examples you need dowload
> source distribution. It's available on the same page.
> P.S.: we really need a good tests :-) If you want to help us, please reply.
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