Monthly Archives: July 2011

9# Weekly Report [2011/07/18 – 2011/07/24]

Good news is that a simple patch aiming to add automatic script generation functionality to packaging can work now. Current patch can create executable script with no extension on POSIX and .exe file on Windows platform, which is a good … Continue reading

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8# Weekly Report [2011/07/11 – 011/07/17]

Because I was on moving out home last week , I didn’t spend much time on my summer work and may fall a little behind the schedule. This week I have gotten away from all the busy things , then … Continue reading

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[Automatic Script Creation] the entry_points on Windows

This post just focuses on the entry_points on Windows platform, which is learned from setuptools. Different from POSIX, there are two entry_points – ‘console_scripts’ and ‘gui_scripts’ for windows. Besides the things done in ‘console_scripts’ on POSIX, three extra things should … Continue reading

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[Automatic Script Creation] ‘console_scripts’ on POSIX

To make things more clear, I plan to write different posts to talk about what should be done for a specific entry_point on a specific platform. This post just focuses on the ‘console_scripts’ entry_point on POSIX, which is learned from … Continue reading

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7# Weekly Report [2011/07/04 – 2011/07/10]

I’m back now, please forgive my disappearing – I’m moving out off home, and I cann’t reach the internet, so I didn’t make quick response to Eric on the bug tracker.   I’m reading the source code about script automatic … Continue reading

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6# Weekly Report [2011/06/27 – 2011/07/03]

I’m sorry that I’m a little busy this week, so 40 working hours maybe not assured. 😦 I will try to catch up with the original timeline and work harder. Two simple things done in this week: 1) do some … Continue reading

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