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.

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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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)

openstack-summit-counter 0.2.0

openstack-summit-counter is a plugin for python-openstackclient, the command line tool for interacting with OpenStack. This plugin helps you answer the summit registration question about how many summits you have attended in the past.

What’s new in 0.2.0?

  • Add support for counting PTGs (contributed by Colleen Murphy)

openstack-summit-counter 0.1.0

openstack-summit-counter is a plugin for python-openstackclient, the command line tool for interacting with OpenStack. This plugin helps you answer the summit registration question about how many summits you have attended in the past.

  • This is the first public release.

importlib — Python’s Import Mechanism — PyMOTW 3

The importlib module includes functions that the underlying implementation of Python’s import mechanism for loading code in packages and modules, all implemented in Python. It is one access point to importing modules dynamically, and useful in some cases where the name of the module that needs to be imported is unknown when the code is written (for example, for plugins or extensions to an application).

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