Re: Description for pycha
OoO Lors de la soirée naissante du jeudi 03 janvier 2008, vers 18:57,
Justin B Rye <email@example.com> disait:
>> Homepage: http://www.lorenzogil.com/projects/pycha/
>> Package: python-pycha
> The description makes it sound like an executable; I had to read the
> homepage to be sure it was a library. (Not being a Pythonist I
> always expect those to have package names like "libfoo-lang".)
Well, I think the wording "package" is quite familiar for Python
users. However, looking at other python packages, the wording used is
more often "library". So, I keep your proposition.
> Wait, this is a *different* Python charting library from
> python-pychart? Yes, clearly it is.
Yes, it is. pychart is more complete but its rendering is more
>> Description: simple python package for drawing charts using Cairo
> Description: simple chart-drawing library
> It will after all have Cairo (libcairo2 or python-cairo?) in its
> dependencies and long description; Python also has a debtag and is
> already signalled twice in the packagename!
Fine for me.
>> This Python package allows to draw variety of charts (pie, line, bar)
>> using Cairo as backend. Its goals are:
> PyCha is a Python library for drawing a variety of charts (pie, line,
> or bar) using Cairo as backend. It aims to be:
> Or if "pie, line, bar" is an incomplete list, that should be "(pie,
> line, bar, etc.)".
For the moment, this is a complete list. In the SVN version, there is an
additional kind of chart.
If I summarize (again, spaces are not revelant):
Description: simple chart-drawing library
Pycha is a Python library for drawing a variety of charts (pie, line,
or bar) using Cairo as backend. It aims to be simple, flexible,
lightweight and attractive. It can't draw every kind of chart
imaginable but it does draw the commonest ones prettily.
Thanks for your feedback !
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