xerox is incompatible with Python 2.5.
The wildcard relative imports in `xerox/__init__.py` aren't supported in 2.5.
Merge pull request #5 from r4vi/ironpython
Added an Ironpython 2.7 backend for shits and giggles
update setup.py to say it works on ipy
add IronPython 2.7x support
Merge pull request #4 from startling/develop
Fixed a silly syntax error in `linux.py`
Merge pull request #3 from r4vi/master
python 3 compatible exception catching for windows
Fixed a silly syntax error in `linux.py`.
show windows some python3 love
Use `bytes/str.decode` and `str.encode` rather than str(unicode()).
In addition to making it work in python 3, this is also clearer code and
I think it might fix some errors with unicode, too. We'll see.
Use `subprocess.check_output` rather than `commands.getoutput`.
`commands` is deprecated.
Catch OSError rather than general Exception!
subprocess.Popen raises an OSError if there's no such thing.
this is a lot more sane.
Use `except Exception as why` syntax rather than `except Exception, why`
Change imports to explicit relative imports.
This doesn't break compatibility and it should make it work a little
better in Python 3.
Ignore `*.pyc` rather than `.*.pyc`.
As far as I can tell, it was a typo? Regardless, all my *.pyc files were
categorically not being ignored, so I thought I should stick this in
Merge branch 'hotfix/str' into develop
Linux module bug fix.
Merge branch 'release/v0.2.1' into develop
Merge branch 'release/v0.2.1'
Cleaned up windows module.
Setup.py for pypi.
Basic xerox concept.