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5. Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
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6. Re: buffer_info error (as*****@gmail.com)
7. Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict (James
Stroud)
8. From the call hook, how do I know more
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9. Re: PyGame and Rotozoom (Sorry if OT) (Lee
Harr)
10. Re: buffer_info error (Jp Calderone)
11. Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict (Roy
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12. Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
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13. Re: Process monitoring (John Abel)
发件人: Peter Hansen <pe***@engcorp.com>

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日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 16:12:17 -0400
主题: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

rbt wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work

with dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.


Whereas with a list you would call "append" in the
loop, with a
dictionary you simply use an indexed-assignment type
of access:

mydict = {}
for filename in some_list_of_filenames:
hash =
sha.sha(open(filename).read()).hexdigest() # or
whatever
mydict[filename] = hash

-Peter
发件人: Paul Rubin <http://ph****@NOSPAM.invalid>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: 20 May 2005 13:12:50 -0700
主题: Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?

Dave Brueck <da**@pythonapocrypha.com> writes:
One thing from your experience that did resonate

with me is that,
except for ftplib and occasionally urllib (for

basic, one-shot GETs),
we don't use any of the standard library's

"protocol" modules - partly
because we had to implement our own HTTP libraries

for performance and
scalability reasons anyway, and partly because we

had trouble figuring
out e.g. all the ins and outs of

urllib/urllib2/httplib.

What do you use for HTTPS? And did you use the
Cookie module in your
HTTP servers? You may have had problems without
even being aware of
them (until recently if you used Cookie with its
default settings, any
attacker could completely take over your server by
sending you
carefully concoted cookies). I'm not trying to be
contentious here,
just mentioning a couple further cases of where
problems aren't
visible from far away but are there when you look
close.
发件人: Brian Beck <ex****@gmail.com>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 16:14:17 -0400
主题: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

rbt wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work

with dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.


Like so:

d = {}
for filename in files:
d[sha_func(filename)] = filename
Or like so:

d = dict([(sha_func(filename), filename) for
filename in files])

--
Brian Beck
Adventurer of the First Order
发件人: Skip Montanaro <sk**@pobox.com>

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收件人: Steve Holden <st***@holdenweb.com>
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 15:16:49 -0500
主题: Re: Comparing 2 similar strings?
Steve> (is this the same as 'Conchobar'?)

No, that's a trendy pub in Key West...

<wink>

Skip
发件人: Paul Rubin <http://ph****@NOSPAM.invalid>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: 20 May 2005 13:15:48 -0700
主题: Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?

"Fredrik Lundh" <fr*****@pythonware.com> writes:
this has been reported before, and it won't get

fixed (unless you're
volunteering to add Python-compatible garbage

collection to Tk, that is).

Yeah, I think I understand what the issue is. I can
think of some
kludgy possible fixes but I assume they've been
thought about already
and rejected. The workaround of making the
application save an extra
reference isn't too bad, but all relevant docs that
say anything about
these images should mention the requirement
emphatically.
发件人: "as*****@gmail.com" <do*****@gmail.com>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: 20 May 2005 13:18:33 -0700
主题: Re: buffer_info error

i am filling in a packet with source and destination
address and using
the buffer_info call to pass on the address to an
underlying low level
call.

The src and dest are strings, but buffer_info
expects an array. How do
i deal with this?

发件人: James Stroud <js*****@mbi.ucla.edu>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 13:20:48 -0700
主题: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

On Friday 20 May 2005 01:04 pm, rbt wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work

with dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.

Many thanks,

rbt


Simple assignment.

adict[filename] = an_sha_hash

--
James Stroud
UCLA-DOE Institute for Genomics and Proteomics
Box 951570
Los Angeles, CA 90095

http://www.jamesstroud.com/
发件人: Vijay Kumar <ge******@gmail.com>

*送: vs******@cs.nmsu.edu
收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 14:21:33 -0600
主题: From the call hook, how do I know more
precisely what is called?

Hi,

I wrote a trace function using the profiling and
tracing hooks
provided by the python interpreter.

The Python interpreter reports the calls occuring in
the source
program to my trace function.

How can I know whether the call happened is a
function call or method
call and if it is a method call what is its self
object and/or class
is?.

I receive a frame object from the interpreter for
every call.

Thanks,
Vijay.
发件人: Lee Harr <le*@example.com>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 20:38:45 GMT
主题: Re: PyGame and Rotozoom (Sorry if OT)

On 2005-05-20, J. W. McCall <jm*****@houston.rr.com>
wrote:
I'm not sure if this is off-topic, since it

doesn't deal with Python
itself, but here goes:

I'm messing around with writing a simple "game"

where the player (a
crudely drawn smiley face) moves by rotating and

moving back or forward
(think Resident Evil, but from an always-above

view). After much
hacking, I have it working where left and right

rotate the player sprite
and up always moves the sprite whichever direction

it's facing, while
down is reverse. I'm using

pygame.transform.RotoZoom().

My problem is that it doesn't rotate smoothly.

When it rotates, the
corners of the image (just a plain white

background) look like they're
hitting some barrier and making it move around.

Think of an empty box
turned diagonally (so that it looks like a

diamond, with its open end
facing you), and a cube in that box being turned

while it's resting in
the bottom corner. I want it to rotate smoothly

around its center, it's
it's not doing that.

I'm guessing that it has something to do with me

not setting up a Rect
right, but I'm not sure. Maybe this is a

limitation of Rotozoom/Rotate?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. And yes,

I'm a rank PyGame newbie.


You might want to try pygsear:
http://www.nongnu.org/pygsear/

It has a RotatedImage class which takes care of
rotating
things for you. See the examples roti.py and
wings.py
for some use of rotated image sprites.
发件人: Jp Calderone <ex*****@divmod.com>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 20:45:00 GMT
主题: Re: buffer_info error

On 20 May 2005 13:18:33 -0700, "as*****@gmail.com"
<do*****@gmail.com> wrote:
i am filling in a packet with source and

destination address and using
the buffer_info call to pass on the address to an

underlying low level
call.

The src and dest are strings, but buffer_info

expects an array. How do
i deal with this?


What's the low-level call you're invoking?

Jp
发件人: ro*@panix.com (Roy Smith)

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: 20 May 2005 16:50:39 -0400
主题: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

rbt <rb*@athop1.ath.vt.edu> wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work with

dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.


You just assign values to keys. If the key doesn't
exist, it's
created automagically. You want something like
this:

shaDict = {}
for fileName in fileNameList:
hash = generateShaHash (fileName)
shaDict[hash] = fileName
发件人: Dave Brueck <da**@pythonapocrypha.com>

收件人: py*********@python.org
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 15:07:05 -0600
主题: Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?

Paul Rubin wrote:
Dave Brueck <da**@pythonapocrypha.com> writes:
One thing from your experience that did resonate with me is that,except for ftplib and occasionally urllib (for basic, one-shot GETs),we don't use any of the standard library's "protocol" modules - partlybecause we had to implement our own HTTP libraries for performance andscalability reasons anyway, and partly because we had trouble figuringout e.g. all the ins and outs of

urllib/urllib2/httplib.


What do you use for HTTPS?


Hi Paul,

m2crypto (plus some patches to make asynchronous SSL
do what we needed).
And did you use the Cookie module in your
HTTP servers? You may have had problems without

even being aware of
them (until recently if you used Cookie with its

default settings, any
attacker could completely take over your server by

sending you
carefully concoted cookies).


Are you referring to the use of pickle for cookie
serialization? In any case, we
didn't use Cookie.py from the stdlib (on the
servers, nearly everything related
to URLs & HTTP was custom-built, with the exception
of urlparse, for the
aforemenioned reasons).

-Dave
发件人: John Abel <jo*******@btinternet.com>

*送: py*********@python.org
日期: Fri, 20 May 2005 22:24:14 +0100
主题: Re: Process monitoring

gsteff wrote:
Hey, I'm working on a Python program that will

launch some other
non-Python process using os.spawn (in the

os.P_NOWAIT mode) and then
basically wait for it to finish (while doing some

other stuff in the
interim). Normally, the new process will signal

that it's done by
writing to a file, but I'd like to also find out if

the new process
died unexpectedly. Anyone know any preferrable

ways to do this?

Greg Steffensen

If you're using 2.4, have a look at the subprocess
module.

J
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Today's Topics:
1. Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict (Peter
Hansen)
2. Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?
(Paul Rubin)
3. Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict (Brian
Beck)
4. Re: Comparing 2 similar strings? (Skip
Montanaro)
5. Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?
(Paul Rubin)
6. Re: buffer_info error (as*****@gmail.com)
7. Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict (James
Stroud)
8. From the call hook, how do I know more
precisely what is
called? (Vijay Kumar)
9. Re: PyGame and Rotozoom (Sorry if OT) (Lee
Harr)
10. Re: buffer_info error (Jp Calderone)
11. Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict (Roy
Smith)
12. Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?
(Dave Brueck)
13. Re: Process monitoring (John Abel)
鍙戜欢浜: Peter Hansen <pe***@engcorp.com>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 16:12:17 -0400
涓婚: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

rbt wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work

with dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.


Whereas with a list you would call "append" in the
loop, with a
dictionary you simply use an indexed-assignment type
of access:

mydict = {}
for filename in some_list_of_filenames:
hash =
sha.sha(open(filename).read()).hexdigest() # or
whatever
mydict[filename] = hash

-Peter
鍙戜欢浜: Paul Rubin <http://ph****@NOSPAM.invalid>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: 20 May 2005 13:12:50 -0700
涓婚: Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?

Dave Brueck <da**@pythonapocrypha.com> writes:
One thing from your experience that did resonate

with me is that,
except for ftplib and occasionally urllib (for

basic, one-shot GETs),
we don't use any of the standard library's

"protocol" modules - partly
because we had to implement our own HTTP libraries

for performance and
scalability reasons anyway, and partly because we

had trouble figuring
out e.g. all the ins and outs of

urllib/urllib2/httplib.

What do you use for HTTPS? And did you use the
Cookie module in your
HTTP servers? You may have had problems without
even being aware of
them (until recently if you used Cookie with its
default settings, any
attacker could completely take over your server by
sending you
carefully concoted cookies). I'm not trying to be
contentious here,
just mentioning a couple further cases of where
problems aren't
visible from far away but are there when you look
close.
鍙戜欢浜: Brian Beck <ex****@gmail.com>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 16:14:17 -0400
涓婚: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

rbt wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work

with dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.


Like so:

d = {}
for filename in files:
d[sha_func(filename)] = filename
Or like so:

d = dict([(sha_func(filename), filename) for
filename in files])

--
Brian Beck
Adventurer of the First Order
鍙戜欢浜: Skip Montanaro <sk**@pobox.com>

鎶勯: py*********@python.org
鏀朵欢浜: Steve Holden <st***@holdenweb.com>
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 15:16:49 -0500
涓婚: Re: Comparing 2 similar strings?
Steve> (is this the same as 'Conchobar'?)

No, that's a trendy pub in Key West...

<wink>

Skip
鍙戜欢浜: Paul Rubin <http://ph****@NOSPAM.invalid>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: 20 May 2005 13:15:48 -0700
涓婚: Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?

"Fredrik Lundh" <fr*****@pythonware.com> writes:
this has been reported before, and it won't get

fixed (unless you're
volunteering to add Python-compatible garbage

collection to Tk, that is).

Yeah, I think I understand what the issue is. I can
think of some
kludgy possible fixes but I assume they've been
thought about already
and rejected. The workaround of making the
application save an extra
reference isn't too bad, but all relevant docs that
say anything about
these images should mention the requirement
emphatically.
鍙戜欢浜: "as*****@gmail.com" <do*****@gmail.com>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: 20 May 2005 13:18:33 -0700
涓婚: Re: buffer_info error

i am filling in a packet with source and destination
address and using
the buffer_info call to pass on the address to an
underlying low level
call.

The src and dest are strings, but buffer_info
expects an array. How do
i deal with this?

鍙戜欢浜: James Stroud <js*****@mbi.ucla.edu>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 13:20:48 -0700
涓婚: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

On Friday 20 May 2005 01:04 pm, rbt wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work

with dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.

Many thanks,

rbt


Simple assignment.

adict[filename] = an_sha_hash

--
James Stroud
UCLA-DOE Institute for Genomics and Proteomics
Box 951570
Los Angeles, CA 90095

http://www.jamesstroud.com/
鍙戜欢浜: Vijay Kumar <ge******@gmail.com>

鎶勯: vs******@cs.nmsu.edu
鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 14:21:33 -0600
涓婚: From the call hook, how do I know more
precisely what is called?

Hi,

I wrote a trace function using the profiling and
tracing hooks
provided by the python interpreter.

The Python interpreter reports the calls occuring in
the source
program to my trace function.

How can I know whether the call happened is a
function call or method
call and if it is a method call what is its self
object and/or class
is?.

I receive a frame object from the interpreter for
every call.

Thanks,
Vijay.
鍙戜欢浜: Lee Harr <le*@example.com>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 20:38:45 GMT
涓婚: Re: PyGame and Rotozoom (Sorry if OT)

On 2005-05-20, J. W. McCall <jm*****@houston.rr.com>
wrote:
I'm not sure if this is off-topic, since it

doesn't deal with Python
itself, but here goes:

I'm messing around with writing a simple "game"

where the player (a
crudely drawn smiley face) moves by rotating and

moving back or forward
(think Resident Evil, but from an always-above

view). After much
hacking, I have it working where left and right

rotate the player sprite
and up always moves the sprite whichever direction

it's facing, while
down is reverse. I'm using

pygame.transform.RotoZoom().

My problem is that it doesn't rotate smoothly.

When it rotates, the
corners of the image (just a plain white

background) look like they're
hitting some barrier and making it move around.

Think of an empty box
turned diagonally (so that it looks like a

diamond, with its open end
facing you), and a cube in that box being turned

while it's resting in
the bottom corner. I want it to rotate smoothly

around its center, it's
it's not doing that.

I'm guessing that it has something to do with me

not setting up a Rect
right, but I'm not sure. Maybe this is a

limitation of Rotozoom/Rotate?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. And yes,

I'm a rank PyGame newbie.


You might want to try pygsear:
http://www.nongnu.org/pygsear/

It has a RotatedImage class which takes care of
rotating
things for you. See the examples roti.py and
wings.py
for some use of rotated image sprites.
鍙戜欢浜: Jp Calderone <ex*****@divmod.com>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 20:45:00 GMT
涓婚: Re: buffer_info error

On 20 May 2005 13:18:33 -0700, "as*****@gmail.com"
<do*****@gmail.com> wrote:
i am filling in a packet with source and

destination address and using
the buffer_info call to pass on the address to an

underlying low level
call.

The src and dest are strings, but buffer_info

expects an array. How do
i deal with this?


What's the low-level call you're invoking?

Jp
鍙戜欢浜: ro*@panix.com (Roy Smith)

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: 20 May 2005 16:50:39 -0400
涓婚: Re: appending key-value pairs to a dict

rbt <rb*@athop1.ath.vt.edu> wrote:
I know how to setup an empty list and loop thru

something... appending
to the list on each loop... how does this work with

dicts?

I'm looping thru a list of files and I want to put

the file's name and
its sha hash into a dict on each loop.


You just assign values to keys. If the key doesn't
exist, it's
created automagically. You want something like
this:

shaDict = {}
for fileName in fileNameList:
hash = generateShaHash (fileName)
shaDict[hash] = fileName
鍙戜欢浜: Dave Brueck <da**@pythonapocrypha.com>

鏀朵欢浜: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 15:07:05 -0600
涓婚: Re: Is Python suitable for a huge, enterprise
size app?

Paul Rubin wrote:
Dave Brueck <da**@pythonapocrypha.com> writes:

>One thing from your experience that did resonate

with me is that,
>except for ftplib and occasionally urllib (for

basic, one-shot GETs),
>we don't use any of the standard library's

"protocol" modules - partly
>because we had to implement our own HTTP libraries

for performance and
>scalability reasons anyway, and partly because we

had trouble figuring
>out e.g. all the ins and outs of

urllib/urllib2/httplib.


What do you use for HTTPS?


Hi Paul,

m2crypto (plus some patches to make asynchronous SSL
do what we needed).
And did you use the Cookie module in your
HTTP servers? You may have had problems without

even being aware of
them (until recently if you used Cookie with its

default settings, any
attacker could completely take over your server by

sending you
carefully concoted cookies).


Are you referring to the use of pickle for cookie
serialization? In any case, we
didn't use Cookie.py from the stdlib (on the
servers, nearly everything related
to URLs & HTTP was custom-built, with the exception
of urlparse, for the
aforemenioned reasons).

-Dave
鍙戜欢浜: John Abel <jo*******@btinternet.com>

鎶勯: py*********@python.org
鏃ユ湡: Fri, 20 May 2005 22:24:14 +0100
涓婚: Re: Process monitoring

gsteff wrote:
Hey, I'm working on a Python program that will

launch some other
non-Python process using os.spawn (in the

os.P_NOWAIT mode) and then
basically wait for it to finish (while doing some

other stuff in the
interim). Normally, the new process will signal

that it's done by
writing to a file, but I'd like to also find out if

the new process
died unexpectedly. Anyone know any preferrable

ways to do this?

Greg Steffensen

If you're using 2.4, have a look at the subprocess
module.

J
--

http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list

I am a beginner,Can you introduce some book about
python? I am a student of china

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Jul 19 '05 #2

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Am Samstag, 21. Mai 2005 08:59 schrieb rd*****@mac.com:
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Quoting a senseless quote, bravo!

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wasting-bandwith-sure-is-fun-over-ISDN-'ly yours,

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Jul 19 '05 #3

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