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Code Listing by Senthil Kumaran

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I wanted to do a conditional copy of a directory tree.
Noticed a ignore parameter introduced in Python 2.6. Thats very handy. This snippet gives the example of its usage.



There is a good amount of unittest documentation, for the beginner the way different people have written unittest can be confusing. Here is my attempt to dispel the confusion. There are sets of many methods which does the same thing, use the one...



I had mistakenly checked in .pyc files into svn, So I took this approach of deleting all the .pyc files in the current working copy directory tree and then using svn remove to the remove from the repository. The following is the snippet I wrote...