Determine what's missing from Python by using Monty Python's Flying Circus.
Do you have enough Python in your Python?
Blancmange is sweet dessert that once featured in Monty Python’s Flying Circus playing tennis. At the time of writing, this term isn’t featured anywhere in the CPython core code or documentation. This is sad since the notion of a large, extra-terrestrial dessert trying to take over the world whilst playing tennis is quite hilarious. There are many more Python references that aren’t present in the documentation, source, or elsewhere, so let’s fix that.
This tool can scan a prescribed directory of source and determine which terms from Monty Python’s Flying Circus feature and which don’t.
Use it to Python-ise your Python.
In addition, it can output some fun statistics and answer some queries regarding the 45 standard English-language Flying Circus episodes, including:
|||(1, 2, 3) According to the source material.|
Lacking rugged lumberjacks in your logging?
Not enough fun in your functions?
Try (a) Blancmanage today!
Install with easy_install blancmange or Buildout with the buildout.cfg in this package/repository. Buildout is the easiest option as this helps manage other parts such as episode data, and cloning the CPython source automatically.