File python-extremes.spec of Package python-extremes

# spec file for package python-extremes (Version 1.1.1)
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# norootforbuild

%define real_name Extremes

Name:           python-%{real_name}
Version:        1.1.1
Release:        0
License:        PSF or ZPL
Source:         %{real_name}-%{version}.tar.gz
Group:          Development/Libraries/Python
Summary:        Production-quality 'Min' and 'Max' objects (adapted from PEP 326)
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
Autoreqprov:    on

BuildRequires:  python-setuptools

The peak.util.extremes module provides a production-quality implementation of the Min and Max objects from PEP 326. While PEP 326 was rejected for inclusion in the language or standard library, the objects described in it are useful in a variety of applications. In PEAK, they have been used to implement generic functions (in RuleDispatch and PEAK-Rules), as well as to handle scheduling and time operations in the Trellis. Because this has led to each project copying the same code, we've now split the module out so it can be used independently.

%setup -q -n %real_name-%version

python build

python install --prefix=%_prefix --root=%buildroot --record-rpm=filelist

rm -rf %buildroot

%files -f filelist
#PKG-INFO docs

* Wed Mar 04 2009
- Initial import