Could it help to use fuzzy string matching on the local tsv files?
On 27-09-2018 18:33, Kesselheim, David DK - NOH wrote:
> I need to look up quite a large number of titles (16k). I have the title
> (more or less, sometimes
A few days ago the documentation was converted to a Sphinx project. This
was mostly a straightforward format conversion that didn't touch the
content or the structure of the documents.
I've been working on a draft for organizing the structure of the
documents. The content is still the same,
I've created a new branch "py2" which supports both py2 and py3 in the
same codebase. As of today, it's up-to-date with the current master and
passes almost all the tests. But it only deals with the http access
system; there are no changes regarding sql or s3.
If you need Py2 support please
On 02/28/2018 12:13 AM, Davide Alberani wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 27, 2018 at 9:05 AM, H. Turgut Uyar <u...@tekir.org> wrote:
>> So I decided to develop a parser generator that will read a
>> specification for a parser and generate the necessary code
> What ki
Over the last few years, I've refactored the basis for the IMDbPY HTML
parsers into a separate package called "piculet" that could be used with
-hopefully- any HTML markup. It has no required external dependency,
supports py2/py3/pypy and improves on the current IMDbPY parsers with
Is it possible that pyinstaller doesn't handle the setup.py file and/or the
MANIFEST.in file like the sdist command does? Those are the places where
the cookies.json file is listed.
On November 18, 2017 10:13:07 AM "H. Turgut Uyar" <htur...@uyar.info
Now that the test skeleton is in the repository (the codename-simplify
branch), it would be very helpful if more people could contribute with
tests. The testing code is quite simple, here's an example from the
person main details page tests:
At some places we have to fix the HTML before feeding it to lxml or
beautifulsoup (the preprocessors in the code). Maybe it was one of
H. Turgut Uyar u...@itu.edu.tr [GPG KeyID: 0xEAF45FB8]
On 11/14/2009 06:16 PM, Davide Alberani wrote:
Right now I'm not sure about how to proceed: leave the old set
of parsers and release 4.3 ASAP, or wait until the new pages
are completely deployed.
I think that for an application which uses IMDbPY, it is important that
the main parsers
Many happy returns :-)
On 04/01/2009 02:17 PM, ori cohen wrote:
heh awesome :) beer for everyone..
Ok, sharing the birthday with GMail is not easy, but exactly five
years ago IMDbPY 1.0 was released, too. :-)
And I can notice, with a bit of pride, that - _30_ releases later -
On 03/25/2009 05:36 PM, Davide Alberani wrote:
On Mar 25, H. Turgut Uyar u...@itu.edu.tr wrote:
Maybe we should set the dependency info in the setup.py file so
that a release with version greater than 2.1 will be selected.
For sure it won't hurt. :-)
Greater than 2.1 might be overkill
On 03/25/2009 06:07 PM, H. Turgut Uyar wrote:
Is there an easy way to translate the XML
generated by the XSL file?
It should be easy, an XML book I have says to put an entry for every
That proved to be too naive of me. From what I understand, things do not
run automagically as I
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