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Re: [gnulib-tool-py] gnulib-tool.py: a new life

From: Jim Meyering
Subject: Re: [gnulib-tool-py] gnulib-tool.py: a new life
Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2013 18:42:40 +0200

Dmitry Selyutin wrote:

> Hello everyone!
> First of all I'd like to apologize that I've been absent: I've been sent to
> Italy to study Latin for this year to be able speak it. Since I've missed more
> than month of study when I've come to Academy, I had to use all my efforts to
> catch up with the rest. However, I've never forgotten about the promise I've
> given to Bruno, though I wanted to make a small surprise for Bruno and all
> great people who work to make gnulib even better. The other factor explaining
> why the work was carried out in secret and result was never publicated until
> this time is that I wanted to rewrite gnulib from the beginning, so I don't
> wanted to use the same public git repo or create public branch to let anyone
> see it before it will be ready.
> Though even now I see some things which I can implement a bit other way or
> change, I think that gnulib-tool.py and pygnulib, its basis, are now almost
> ready for real work. There are some nuances, though they (except one) don't
> seem to take any significant part. I feel that the largest part of work is
> completed.
> URL: https://github.com/ghostmansd/pygnulib
> git:address@hidden:ghostmansd/pygnulib.git

Thanks for the update!
What a pleasant surprise.  I was just wondering about
your project, thinking "what a shame"...

I'm sure some of us will take it out for a test drive
soon enough.  In the mean time, do you have a rough idea
of how much faster your version is than the original?


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