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Re: [Pulp-list] Should we move pic to under src?

On Tue, 2012-02-14 at 14:35 -0500, Jay Dobies wrote:
> For anyone who doesn't know, under playpen/webservices there's a module 
> called pic. The intention is to use it in an interactive python shell 
> (ipython) to be able to make web service calls against Pulp. It's pretty 
> handy for debugging stuff outside of the CLI.
> I was thinking we should move it somewhere in src under the pulp.com 
> package so it's included just about everywhere (clients and server). It 
> might be useful for supporting Pulp as it's, IMO, easier than wget/curl. 
> If it's packaged with the server code it's as simple as importing it and 
> using it, but it also doesn't hurt anything to just sit there if they 
> don't use it.
> Even if they don't have ipython installed we can still provide people 
> with one-liners they can run from the command line. Something like:
> $ python -c "from pulp.common import pic; pic.connect(); 
> print(pic.GET('/repositories/'))"
> (200, [])
> Anyone feel strongly one way or another?

If folks are finding it useful, I'm for including. I know that I use it
constantly and I've gotten feed from others as well.

Jason L Connor
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