released version 0.2
Rémy Oudompheng wrote:
> pyalpm version 0.2 is available at
> There is also a PKGBUILD on AUR. I have not really wrapped more
> libalpm functions, but I have begun writing a clone of pacman in
> Python. The goal is multiple:
> * have Python modules giving access to pacman functionalities which
> are not strictly in libalpm (like configuration via pacman.conf)
> * have an easy way to test the bindings more extensively
> * provide material allowing to hack quickly a pacman variant
> * see how the use of another language affects pacman's code
> * have fun
> For the moment, it is in a very early stage and only gives access to
> simple database lookup functions. The script is called pycman and
> supports options -Q[ilq], -S[iglq], -T.
> pycman/pyalpm works with Python 3.2 (needed for argparse module) and
> libalpm from pacman 3.5 (the current targeted API).
I'm following this with interest. It should be very useful for both full
applications and quick scripts, and I'm sure that I'll have some fun with it
when I have the time.
You might find the Reflector module (Python 3.2) useful:
If no one else does (and maybe even if they do), I might eventually write an AUR
module to interaction with the RPC interface. That should complement pyalpm
Is this intended to become an official project, or just a fun personal project?