Set of utility python modules.
tea is a set of cross-platform (Windows, POSIX, Mac OSX), cross-interpreter (CPython 2.7, CPython 3.6, IronPython) libraries developed for common tasks like executing and manipulating processes, sending emails, file system manipulation, console output coloring and formatting, operating system detection and cross-platform OS specific things handling, cross platform cron jobs and a great number of utility functions that I caught myself writing over and over again.
Also parts of the tea library can be viewed as a sand-box where I start a module, which eventually, if it grows and become large enough to become a library itself, gets extracted as a separate project.
Modules like ds (data structures), logger, msg, process, shell, system, utils… will always remain a part of tea.
Other modules, like commander (library for creating command line applications) will eventually be extracted to it’s own projects.