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    output module


    Hello!

    I'm in a bit of a crisis here! I've included the "output" module in QuickRip for the command line interface, allowing me to print some text in bold for clarity. Now I have output in my python set-up, possibly because Gentoo's portage system (written in Python), uses it. But it's not a standard python library.

    I thought it was because I've never knowingly installed it. In fact, I can't even find it on the web! Can someone help me here and point me to where I might get it, so I can either make it a QuickRip dependency or remove it from the code?
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    no luck


    Hi telex4, i had a lil look around last night and i can't find it sorry. could you not find it in your os and copy it? other than that i'd sugest you remove it because it's a hell of a dependecy!

    Sorry i couldnt be of any further help,

    take care,
    Mark.
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    Maybe it's a module written by the Gentoo folks!
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    It looks like a Gentoo thing...


    It should be around here...
    /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/output.py

    Ah. It's a Gentoo thing
    Code:
    # Copyright 1998-2003 Daniel Robbins, Gentoo Technologies, Inc.
    # Distributed under the GNU Public License v2
    # $Header: /home/cvsroot/gentoo-src/portage/pym/output.py,v 1.16 2003/05/29 08:3

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