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Where to offer simple apps

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Hi all

I've written a little .ini fileeditor, neither important nor good enough
to become an own project, but for me important enough to want to get
some feedback, as it is my first more or less sensible python
application. Where is the best/a good place to offer this code and ask
for feedback.

Well, it seems, that I already offer my code here ;)

The application consists of 442 lines in 2 files. I use Tkinter and my
own ini-parser because I wanted to learn how to parse such a simple format.

Christian von Essen
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Sourceforge? Savannah?
or c.l.p ? :)

Or have a look around at www.python.org ..
then decide if you like pypi or Starship, etc.

Pm

"Christian von Essen" <ch*******@mvonessen.de> wrote in message
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Hi all

I've written a little .ini fileeditor, neither important nor good enough
to become an own project, but for me important enough to want to get
some feedback, as it is my first more or less sensible python
application. Where is the best/a good place to offer this code and ask
for feedback.

Well, it seems, that I already offer my code here ;)

The application consists of 442 lines in 2 files. I use Tkinter and my
own ini-parser because I wanted to learn how to parse such a simple format.
Christian von Essen

Jul 18 '05 #2

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Got a website? Post your code on there and create links from Freshmeat
and places such as that? If you don't have a website then why not create
one?

Jul 18 '05 #3

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