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Kartik Mistry 01-14-2008 12:15 PM

Bug#460672: RFP: pymills -- James Mills Python Library
 
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Package name: pymills
Version: 3.3.3
Upstream Author: James Mills <prologic at shortcircuit dot net dot au>
URL: http://trac.shortcircuit.net.au/pymills/
License: GPL
Description: James Mills Python Library
pymills is a collection of works by James Mills containing general
purpose and special purpose libraries and modules for the Python
programming language. Most libraries and modules are based around a
core component of pymills, the "event" library.

pymills provides a very easy to use and powerful event library enabling
asyncronous and event-driven applications and system to be developed.
Software systems and applications written with pymills.event are broken
up into components and can be distributed across different nodes.

pymills also contains an ann library which provides the building blocks
to build artificial neural networks in an asyncronous/event-driven
manner closely modelling biological neural networks.

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Steve Greenland 01-14-2008 06:42 PM

Bug#460672: RFP: pymills -- James Mills Python Library
 
On 14-Jan-08, 07:15 (CST), Kartik Mistry <kartik.mistry@gmail.com> wrote:
> Description: James Mills Python Library

Uh, no. Possibly:

Description: python library for distributed event-based programming

> pymills is a collection of works by James Mills containing general
> purpose and special purpose libraries and modules for the Python
> programming language.

English sentences begin with capital letters. Yes, even when the word is
not normally capitalized.

Regards,
Steve
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