Wednesday, 16 July 2008

netaddr release 0.3.1

I ran pylint over my project and fixed a several errors and warnings. I decided not to get upset when it told me off for having module files that were greater than 1000 lines! So what?"

I also squashed my first very small officially reported bug :-)

Build It, and They Will Come"
Well, I guess we'll have to put that theory to the test. I've now created a project page on PyPI, sent an announcement to comp.lang.python.announce and created a NetAddr Google Group to discuss all things related to this shiny new library.

Thursday, 10 July 2008

netaddr 0.2 is available

Hot on the heels of 0.1 is release 0.2 with some bug fixes and a couple of new features.

The release tarball is available here - netaddr-0.2.tar.gz Alternatively, check out the latest changes from the subversion repository.

I need to announce this on the Python announce mailing list and PyPI, but I must first spruce up the wiki example pages before I do.

Tuesday, 8 July 2008

netaddr 0.1 is ready

So after months of hard work, the first release of netaddr is finally up on the code hosting page. It took slightly longer than anticipated but it's all the better for the extra time spent before release it.

Get it while it's hot - netaddr-0.1.tar.gz

See the wiki on the code hosting page for examples of how to use netaddr and it's API.

It's really late and I need to get some sleep ;-)