git-nit 1.0.0

git-nit is a tool for grabbing existing reviews on gerrit and layering on a new patch to fix nits.

  • This is the first public release.

demoshell 0.2.0

demoshell is a simplified shell for live demonstrations. It always shows the command prompt at the top of the screen and pushes command output down instead of letting iscroll up.

What’s new in 0.2.0?

  • set up travis with linter build
  • Adding Aliases (contributed by Bhavik Shah)
  • Creating a Config File (contributed by Bhavik Shah)
  • Add __main__ so demoshell may be invoked via runpy (python -m). Fixes #13. (contributed by Jason R. Coombs)

demoshell demo gif

yasfb 0.7.1

yasfb is Yet Another Sphinx Feed Builder, and creates an RSS feed for changes in Sphinx documentation.

What’s new in 0.7.1?

  • Use os.path.realpath before git log (contributed by Chris Dent)

yasfb 0.7.0

yasfb is Yet Another Sphinx Feed Builder, and creates an RSS feed for changes in Sphinx documentation.

What’s new in 0.7.0?

  • Fix TypeError in python3 (contributed by Masayuki Igawa)

io — Text, Binary, and Raw Stream I/O Tools — PyMOTW 3

The io module provides access to the built-in open() function and the classes used to implement file-based input and output operations. The classes are decomposed in such a way that they can be recombined for alternate purposes, for example to enable writing Unicode data to a network socket.

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This post is part of the Python Module of the Week series for Python 3. See PyMOTW.com for more articles from the series.

sphinxcontrib-paverutils 1.17.0

sphinxcontrib-paverutils provides an alternative integration of Sphinx and Paver. It supports calling Sphinx from within Paver using multiple configurations, and does not assume you only want to build HTML output.

What’s new in 1.17.0?

  • update to sphinx 1.7.1
  • process files with cog in order
  • compatibility with sphinx pr #3668 (contributed by Brad Miller)