It's not broken and works for me. There are some known problems we are working on. If
you have some errors you should give us any details about that.
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Von: Morten Wang <nettrom(a)gmail.com>
An: Pywikipedia discussion list <pywikipedia-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Datum: 23.06.2012 18:58
Betreff: Re: [Pywikipedia-l] Request for feedback on rewrite branch
Is the rewrite branch currently in a state of
brokenness? I updated
my installation and it throws some serious errors, and has problems
with my setup having multiple accounts across different languages.
Don't have time to investigate more closely into why/how things break,
but thought I'd bring it up.
On 22 June 2012 08:27, Morten Wang <nettrom(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I guess I'm one of the few people who use the
exclusively then, so I thought I'd chip in and mention that there's at
least one user :) As I have next to no experience with the trunk
version, I cannot say anything about speed. Most of the stuff I do
doesn't require very fast execution, and when I need content I usually
have a PreloadingGenerator to fetch page text in batches.
As I'm more of a user of Pwb than a developer I have no idea how the
two branches should continue further. It would be beneficial for me to
know that there's only one branch I have to relate to, though.
On 20 June 2012 23:34, <info(a)gno.de> wrote:
> I was working on the rewrite branch last week (implementing xmlreader,
additional retrieving of special pages, hooking cosmetic_changes with new
functionality and some other stuff)
> At least I am a bit frustrated: I guess nobody uses it as I found some
in the code and mainly it runs very very slow. The time consumption
is more than 10 times of the trunk release. Maybe the cacherequest is still
unfinished but I cannot follow the site request since -verbose gives no
additional output about that. Is there another switch?
> As I am not able to keep both releases on the same level an merge it vice
versa, I would like to ask the next steps and how to proceed in that manner.
> btw I created a matrix for python version / pwb release at
. Because of the
unicode bug (which is triggered by py 2.5/2.6/2.71) it is strictly
recommended to use python 2.7.2 or 2.7.2 for the trunk. I guess that bug
does not affect the rewrite. But we need 2.6 for some method decorators.
> And at last: thanks Merlijn for the pwb.py shortener.
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