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Re: Bug-hurd Digest, Vol 66, Issue 4

From: Sergiu Ivanov
Subject: Re: Bug-hurd Digest, Vol 66, Issue 4
Date: Sat, 3 May 2008 20:30:03 +0300

Arne Babenhauserheide wrote:
> > > support for browsing tar files.
> >
> > Does python have some modules to browse tar files?  Else I'd suggest
> > something for which you already have python support, so as to focus on
> > Hurdish matter.
> I don't know, whether Python has support for tar files :-) I meant writing
> a translator in C, because I am not aiming at writing Python bindings. I
> chose tar because I found sufficient (it seems to me) documentation on
> libtar and, what is more important, the translator I want to write will
> have to implement the whole fundamental functionality of a translator
> (sorry for the pun :-) ).

Even so, Python does have tar support:


Thought it might interest you anyhow :)
Thanks a lot! I didn't know Python can to _that_ much :-)

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