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L'indirizzo è pyroma at lists.python.it

Per iscriversi seguite le istruzioni:
http://lists.python.it/mailman/listinfo/pyroma

PS:
Questa Community su Google+ si dovrebbe chiamare PyRoma :-)

Prossimo appuntamento: mercoledì 25 novembre alle 19:00 presso Enlabs, avremo due talk: "unix philosophy" e "python vs java"

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Flask RESTful is about to start in the new Sala Legno, with pizza this time!
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Prossimo appuntamento: mercoledí 28 ottobre 2015! "RESTful services using #Flask" #python

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[Roma] Domani alle 19:00 nuovo incontro del PyRoma ad Enlabs alle 19:00, si parlerà di pytest e asyncio, per informazioni chiedete sulla lista: http://lists.python.it/mailman/listinfo/pyroma

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martedì prossimo 3 marzo 2015 ci vediamo ad Enlabs (dentro la stazione Termini) alle 19:00, parelremo di:
- decorators
- monkey patching
- iterators
- generators
- organizzazione viaggio per pycon italia a Firenze

E altri argomenti eventuali che ci verranno in mente sul momento.

Link alla lista: http://lists.python.it/mailman/listinfo/pyroma

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Hi all! I've been missing last meetings for some trouble I will not bore you about.

I've a question for you all. Suppose you have a package, and you'll install it via

pip install package

You can run a post installation command, by extending from setuptools.command.install the class install (indeed...)

So I can run a post installation task, and in one of my projects this let me download and install an external library.

But when it comes to uninstall, the situation is different and I did not find a proper way to manage

pip uninstall package

with a proper post installation hook, to, of course, uninstall the external library. I wrote a command for my setup.py and I'd like to invoke it automatically when pip uninstall got launched.

Any clue or advice would be really appreciated :-) ... And sorry for the long post... 
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