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
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 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
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]
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:
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
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
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
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