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Commits on Jan 18, 2012
  1. xerox is incompatible with Python 2.5.

    authored
    The wildcard relative imports in `xerox/__init__.py` aren't supported in 2.5.
Commits on Jan 15, 2012
  1. @kennethreitz

    v0.3.1

    kennethreitz authored
Commits on Jan 14, 2012
  1. @kennethreitz

    Update setup.py

    kennethreitz authored
  2. @kennethreitz

    Merge pull request #5 from r4vi/ironpython

    kennethreitz authored
    Added an Ironpython 2.7 backend for shits and giggles
Commits on Jan 13, 2012
  1. @r4vi
  2. @r4vi

    add IronPython 2.7x support

    r4vi authored
  3. @kennethreitz

    Merge pull request #4 from startling/develop

    kennethreitz authored
    Fixed a silly syntax error in `linux.py`
  4. @kennethreitz

    Merge pull request #3 from r4vi/master

    kennethreitz authored
    python 3 compatible exception catching for windows
  5. @startling
  6. @r4vi

    show windows some python3 love

    r4vi authored
  7. @r4vi

    Update setup.py

    r4vi authored
  8. @kennethreitz

    2012

    kennethreitz authored
  9. @kennethreitz

    v0.3.0

    kennethreitz authored
Commits on Jan 12, 2012
  1. @startling

    Use `bytes/str.decode` and `str.encode` rather than str(unicode()).

    startling authored
    In addition to making it work in python 3, this is also clearer code and
    less ridiculous!
    
    I think it might fix some errors with unicode, too. We'll see.
  2. @startling

    Use `subprocess.check_output` rather than `commands.getoutput`.

    startling authored
    `commands` is deprecated.
  3. @startling

    Catch OSError rather than general Exception!

    startling authored
    subprocess.Popen raises an OSError if there's no such thing.
    
    this is a lot more sane.
  4. @startling
  5. @startling

    Change imports to explicit relative imports.

    startling authored
    This doesn't break compatibility and it should make it work a little
    better in Python 3.
  6. @startling

    Ignore `*.pyc` rather than `.*.pyc`.

    startling authored
    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
    here.
Commits on Sep 9, 2010
  1. @kennethreitz

    simple fix

    kennethreitz authored
  2. @kennethreitz

    version bump

    kennethreitz authored
  3. @kennethreitz
  4. @kennethreitz

    Linux module bug fix.

    kennethreitz authored
  5. @kennethreitz
  6. @kennethreitz
  7. @kennethreitz

    v0.2.1

    kennethreitz authored
  8. @kennethreitz
  9. @kennethreitz

    Setup.py for pypi.

    kennethreitz authored
  10. @kennethreitz

    Unit-tests.

    kennethreitz authored
  11. @kennethreitz

    Windows support.

    kennethreitz authored
  12. @kennethreitz

    Linux support.

    kennethreitz authored
  13. @kennethreitz

    OSX Support.

    kennethreitz authored
  14. @kennethreitz

    Basic xerox concept.

    kennethreitz authored
  15. @kennethreitz

    MIT

    kennethreitz authored
  16. @kennethreitz

    .gitignore

    kennethreitz authored
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