[Dev] Tips on exploring Chandler repository?
twl at osafoundation.org
Tue Aug 17 12:34:20 PDT 2004
You can also use the RunPython script to get a Python that has all the
repository code loaded up and ready to go -- If you don't need the
entire GUI, then this is a feasible approach for playing with the
repository. More info on this is at
If you haven't seen
DeveloperDocumentation there is a bunch of stuff there.
Documentation specific to the repository is:
On Aug 17, 2004, at 11:47 AM, Jim Allman wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to learn about the repository, with an eye toward building
> parcels. I found the PyCrust shell, which is slow but very cool, and I
> stumbled onto this tip (on the OSAF site) that gave me access to the
> live repository in Chandler:
> >>> from tools.s import *
> I'd like to keep exploring the repository APIs in the shell, but it's
> been pretty slow going. I'm keeping notes as I go, with an eye to
> posting a guide for others who want to learn it in this way. Does such
> a document already exist?
> Also, is it possible to tap into the running Chandler instance from
> "outside" (i.e., from a terminal)? If not, perhaps Twisted could be
> used to offer this..
> Thanks for any advice,
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> Jim Allman
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