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Re: [pyatl] We have a headliner for the January meetup.

From: Doug H.
Sent on: Tuesday, December 29, 2009 2:51 PM
On Dec 29, 2009, at 2:21 PM, Skylar Saveland wrote:

> Hey!  Alfredo needs permission to post directly to this list; so,  
> I'm passing along this note from him::

I think all he has to do is join the list in order to be able to post.

>   I had planned giving my accepted PyCon talk at the January meeting.
>   The talk is called "Distributed Programming with Pyro (Python  
> Remote Objects)"

That sounds like a great idea.

> Sweet, sounds exciting.  I was thinking of trying to do a nuts and  
> bolts on `re and difflib for string jujitsu` but I am thus far  
> thwarted in my just-for-fun use case.
> The problem is, given an old string, a new string, and a user  
> string, find the difference and "keep ownership" with span tags.

Is that similar to a 3-way diff algorithm? You might find useful code  
for doing 3-way diffs in the bzr or hg sources.


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