Object-oriented alternative to os/os.path/shutil
Unipath is an object-oriented front end to the file/directory functions scattered throughout several Python library modules. It’s based on Jason Orendorff’s path.py but has a friendlier API and higher-level features. Unipath is stable, well-tested, and has been used in production since 2008. It runs on Python 2.6+ and 3.3+.
Version 1.1 is a bugfix release. Most notably it fixes a Unicode incompatibility on Python 3 under Windows (or operating systems with native Unicpde filenames). The license is changed to MIT (from the Python license).
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