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Using Parts of PEAK

I was intriuged by the concept of Python Eggs and some of the work that
has been done on PEAK.

http://peak.telecommunity.com/

However, I think PEAK might be overkill for the particular design I am
considering. Is anyone using just part of PEAK in their Python
development. Are there alternative distribution enhancements for Python
besides PEAK that I might take a look at?

Thanks,

Scott Huey

Apr 27 '06 #1
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re****************@gmail.com writes:
I was intriuged by the concept of Python Eggs and some of the work
that has been done on PEAK.

http://peak.telecommunity.com/

However, I think PEAK might be overkill for the particular design I
am considering. Is anyone using just part of PEAK in their Python
development.


Yes, Python eggs, and thus the 'setuptools' and 'easy_install'
features of PEAK, are commonly employed by projects in recent
times. It's not necessary to use any other part of PEAK to use
setuptools.

<URL:peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/setuptools>

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Ben Finney

Apr 28 '06 #2

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