Updating cpan modules

24-Apr-2017 13:45

I did a talk about Python packaging at Con Foo 2011 and these days I’m writing an extended version of it.

It’s not published yet, so here are excerpts that should help define things.

And somewhere along the road I also learned that the documentation itself isn't usually sure what it's trying to say.

Updating this question in late 2014 where fortunately the Python packaging chaos has been greatly cleaned up by Continuum's "conda" package manager.

(As an aside, I’d also appreciate some guide on porting to As of January 2017, all of the other answers to this question are at least two years out-of-date.

The Project Summaries page is especially relevant here.

Setuptools was not being maintained so is was forked and renamed, however when installed it uses the package name of setuptools!The picture in this blog post is a good summary of the future of distutils2 of distribute: tarekziade.wordpress.com/2010/03/03/…distribute will reach end of life in a few years, people can start using distutils2 in parallel to distutils or setuptools/distribute right now (the guide I’m finishing will have a HOWTO on that), and distutils2 is intended to replace distutils/setuptools/distribute for all intents and [email protected]Éric Araujo Sorry to hear about the delay. I love Python, but the packaging has always made me bang my head against the wall. If it’s finished, could you link it in your answer above?Let's have a quick look at the basic syntax of JSON.JSON syntax is basically considered as a subset of Java Script syntax; it includes the following − Now let's try to open Json Object using IE or any other java Script enabled browser.

Setuptools was not being maintained so is was forked and renamed, however when installed it uses the package name of setuptools!The picture in this blog post is a good summary of the future of distutils2 of distribute: tarekziade.wordpress.com/2010/03/03/…distribute will reach end of life in a few years, people can start using distutils2 in parallel to distutils or setuptools/distribute right now (the guide I’m finishing will have a HOWTO on that), and distutils2 is intended to replace distutils/setuptools/distribute for all intents and [email protected]Éric Araujo Sorry to hear about the delay. I love Python, but the packaging has always made me bang my head against the wall. If it’s finished, could you link it in your answer above?Let's have a quick look at the basic syntax of JSON.JSON syntax is basically considered as a subset of Java Script syntax; it includes the following − Now let's try to open Json Object using IE or any other java Script enabled browser.XML is used to describe the structured data, which doesn't include arrays whereas JSON include arrays. When applied to JSON, eval returns the described object.