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Re: PyHurd 0.0.0a3

From: Anatoly A. Kazantsev
Subject: Re: PyHurd 0.0.0a3
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2008 12:07:42 +0700

On Thu, 28 Aug 2008 09:26:32 +0200
Arne Babenhauserheide <arne_bab@web.de> wrote:

> Hi, 
> 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). 
> - http://freehg.org/u/ArneBab/pyhurd
> Usage: 
> f = file.file(path)
> # read 
> f.read() 
> # write
> f.write(date) 
> # 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 
> useful. 

Can you form it as example file?

> Also I found in the mean time (some months ago), how freehg can be used 
> efficiently: 
> 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: 
> [paths]
> # Path to pull from
> default = http://freehg.org/u/ArneBab/pyhurd
> # Path to push to
> http://freehg.org/u/AnatolyKazantsev/pyhurd/
> I just did the same in reverse, so if you add it, we'll have synchronizing 
> repositories. 

Good! But I think it only solves the problem for us. If someone wants to 
in development? What about creating project on Savannah? It supports hg.

Anatoly A. Kazantsev

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