Hi, Daniel Watkins <email@example.com> (26/07/2008): > Description : python-git is a Python library used to interact with Git repositories. please check Developers Reference §6.2.2 on how to write a synopsis. I guess that “Python library to interact with Git repositories” would be nicer. Unsure “Git” deserves a ‘G’. > GitPython provides object model access to your git repository. Once > you have created a repository object, you can traverse it to find > parent commit(s), trees, blobs, etc. I thought addressing the user directly (through “you”) was frown upon, but I can't find any reference right now. I think you'd be better off using something a bit more neutral, like “GitPython provides object model to access git repositories. Once a repository object created, it can be traversed to find parents commits, trees, blobs, etc.”. > GitPython is a port of the grit library in Ruby created by Tom > Preston-Werner and Chris Wanstrath. I'm not sure it's worth mentioning the authors in the long description either. See §6.2.3 of the same document for what matters there. No need to Cc me if you keep -devel in the loop. Mraw, KiBi.
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