Useful extra bits for Python - things that shold be in the standard library
extras is a set of extensions to the Python standard library, originally written to make the code within testtools cleaner, but now split out for general use outside of a testing context.
pydoc extras is your friend. extras currently contains the following functions:
Which do what their name suggests.
This project is distributed under the MIT license and copyright is owned by the extras authors. See LICENSE for details.
- Python 2.6+ or 3.0+
Bug reports and patches
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extras used to be testtools.helpers, and was factored out when folk wanted to use it separately.
- Martin Pool
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