Did well over a full day's work on Cinemon yesterday, another full day today, but when I was wrapping up today I figured I really did need to get some work done on the VoIP project. So here I am, hours later, with a bit of a caffeine buzz.
Did anyone else note that the biggest news in Python 2.5 didn't make it into the official pre-announcement? I mean, yes, ElementTree is important and a big deal, but I would have thought that ctypes being included would be the biggest news by far to get reported about the release.
I guess my perspective is warped by OpenGL-ctypes a bit, but it really does seem like the most important advance in the standard library that we've had in ages. It's an entirely new "blessed" way to write common "wrapper" extensions in pure-ish Python.
Or at least that's my zealot's take on it...
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