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who is maintainer of xml-rpc module?

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So, I've made a couple of small but useful additions to
the xml-rpc package. Is there an assigned maintainer
of the package I should communicate with?

I've got the server side running under apache/mod_python, which
is a bit more industrial strength than the simple xmlrpc server,
and a patch for 64 bit int values.

I'd like to get these into wider circulation if possible...
what's the best way to do this?

Many TIA!
Mark

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Mark Harrison
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Nov 26 '06 #1
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Mark Harrison schrieb:
So, I've made a couple of small but useful additions to
the xml-rpc package. Is there an assigned maintainer
of the package I should communicate with?
The author of the module is Fredrik Lundh; you can try to
contact him. If you want to contribute your changes to
the Python project, you should follow the procedure at

http://www.python.org/dev/patches/

Consider filling out a contribution form also in this
case:

http://www.python.org/psf/contrib/
I'd like to get these into wider circulation if possible...
what's the best way to do this?
Depends on how the source is structured. If it is a separate
set of modules, you should package them as a distutils package,
and upload them to the cheeseshop (cheeseshop.python.org).
If they are just patches to the existing modules, you can still
upload them to the cheeseshop.

In either case, you can then send an announcement to
comp.lang.python.announce that you made them available.

Regards,
Martin
Nov 26 '06 #2

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Mark Harrison wrote:
So, I've made a couple of small but useful additions to
the xml-rpc package. Is there an assigned maintainer
of the package I should communicate with?
post your patch here:

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?grou...70&atid=305470

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Nov 26 '06 #3

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