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Google Application Utilities - Python 2.x

This project is a small collection of utilities for building Python applications. It includes some of the same set of utilities used to build and run internal Python apps at Google.

It features: + Simple application startup integrated with python-gflags. + Subcommands for command-line applications. + Option to drop into pdb on uncaught exceptions. + Helper functions for dealing with files. + High-level profiling tools. + Timezone-aware wrappers for datetime.datetime classes. + Improved TestCase with the same methods as unittest2, plus helpful flags for test startup. + google_test setuptools command for running tests. + Helper module for creating application stubs.

This package provides the Python 2.x module.



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Date 2015-07-17
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