Does everyone use #Python’s
object() for unique tokens? Like:
no_match = object()val = some_dict.get('key', no_match)if val is not no_match: do_something()
I don’t know what else
object() would be used for (and why they’d keep it).
This seems useful. I hadn't even known what manylinux is, probably since most of my projects are pure Python.
Useful resource if you're trying to use d-bus with Python GIO bindings. Docs are scarce about this specifically, so it helps to have an example. (probably less troublesome if you're used to the bindings generally)
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