# coding: utf-8
# Python's email API is simple and easy to use!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
# * UTF-8 headers
# * UTF-8 body
# * prefer quoted-printable to base64 transfer-encoding.
# * Don't escape "From" at the beginning of a line in the message - it's not
# the 1800s any more
from cStringIO import StringIO
from email.mime.multipart ...
Remember how I was talking about restricted execution, and mentioned that thing "Monte" that doesn't actually exist? Well actually I was trying to refer to Ecru, a new E implementation in C. After being announced to positive reactions on the E mailing list, Allen posted on his blog about ...more ...
I don't care what the language is, just please someone give me a runtime with these properties:
As is my tradition, I'm doing extremely rapid releases of my software.
Here's Corotwine 0.2, which contains the following changes:
I was googling for some stuff related to Twisted and greenlet and I came across this post from last year by Jean-Paul Calderone: Twisted Isn't Specific. That subject is a reference to a quote in the Twisted.Quotes file:
<sayke> Acapnotic: don't make it twisted-specificmore ...
<dash> sayke: pffft ...
Why the hell do people who write ray tracers, whether in Python, Haskell, or Erlang, always put all the files into the top level of the archive instead of creating a subdirectory?more ...
In the year 3000, our libraries will come with verified-equivalent implementations of their APIs that users can use to unit test their code, when the normal implementation is inappropriate.
Our libraries will also have thorough documentation on how to unit test code that interacts with them.