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[ANNOUNCE] PyGoogle has a new maintainer and home

 
 
Brian Landers
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      01-16-2004
I have recently taken over the maintenance and development of
PyGoogle, a native Python module for accessing the Google Web APIs.
Currently, it allows you to search Google, retrieve a page from the
cache, and ask Google for spelling corrections.

This module was originally developed by Mark Pilgrim
(http://www.diveintomark.org) and now lives at SourceForge. Please
take a look if you are interested in developing Google Web API
applications in Python.

http://pygoogle.sourceforge.net

Thanks,
Brian

 
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