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Code Listing by Michael Palmer

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A regex-based JavaScript compression kludge.

The current version has been tested against mochikit and json.js, which indeed tripped up the previous version (see comments).

Not really - all regexes first get combined into a single big disjunction. Then, for each match, the matching sub-regex is determined from a group name and the match object dispatched to a corresponding method, or simply replaced by a string.

This recipe defines a mixin class for DBAPI cursors that gives them an 'executeps' method. This method transparently converts any SQL query into a prepared statement, which gets cached and executed instead of the original query.

An enhanced version of yaptu, with the following changes
- separated parsing from execution
- added caching of parsed templates
- added some error reporting
- added a choice of template syntaxes
- added comment syntax

Purpose: Easing maintenance of JavaScript files and their inclusions in web pages by server-side dependency resolution. If at the top of a.js you include the comment

// requireScript b.js

and at the top of b.js you say

If you want to log exceptions, here is a simple way to do so without having to explicitly repetitiously call the logger in each try-except clause.

This is intended as a drop-in replacement for the ThreadingMixIn class in module SocketServer of the standard lib. Instead of spawning a new thread for each request, requests are processed by of pool of reusable threads.