[pacman-dev] pyalpm docs

Rémy Oudompheng remyoudompheng at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 13:55:27 EDT 2011

2011/4/28 Erick Pérez <erick.red at gmail.com>:
>> Hello,
>> There is plenty of example code in pyalpm sources. Learn to use
>> 'pydoc' to get the documentation for individual functions, read code
>> in the tests/ subdirectory, and read pycman's source code.
>> I don't know what else I could do. pycman *is* the minimal example.
>> libalpm is not an easy thing to handle at first sight.
>> Regards,
>> Rémy.
> Well, I do know how to use pydoc, believe me, and what I was asking
> was a simple sample how to load libalpm and make a simple query.
> Anyway at first I tried to test your pycman and It gave me back this error:

This is because pycman is a very quick hack that cannot parse
pacman.conf. If you are looking for samples read the code in the
tests/ and pycman/ subdirectory, as I already said.


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