[Grok-dev] libraries to use with Grok

Souheil CHELFOUH trollfot at gmail.com
Thu Nov 19 05:33:16 EST 2009

Well, I have a lot of things to add on that page
How can we make it easy to work together on description ?
What about a SVN repository with some RST docs, so we could work on
that properly ?
Not that I want to push my work forward, but I can at least add all
the Dolmen libraries I coded

2009/11/19 Sebastian Ware <sebastian at urbantalk.se>:
> Fantastic list! I have allready found stuff I wasn't aware existed and
> that I will probably have use for soon.
> 19 nov 2009 kl. 05.55 skrev Steve Schmechel:
>> It was rather sad to note that most of the "useful" libraries are
>> not covered in the Grok how-to's and tutorials.  Seems peculiar and
>> maybe we should think of ways to address that.
> I don't think we should get too worried about this right now. In it's
> current state, Grok suits developers who don't mind looking at the
> documentation availble in doctests and readme.txt files. I think we
> should be quite open with that.
> I don't see it as a flaw, but rather a characteristic of the framework.
> It is like unix, if you don't feel comfortable with a command prompt,
> you won't appreciate unix.
> Mvh Sebastian
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