BitTornado library forked by me on GitHub

I just forked and committed some patches to the BitTornado library on GitHub.

https://github.com/charlesnagy/BitTornado

Right now I only committed basic fixes to be able to use it in our environment (Python 2.7). Namely:

  • Backlog was not always int which should be enforced so I did a force it and have put the related code part in try except to catch the TypeErrors if any occurs.
  • There was a straightforward fix for a wrongly named package in an import statement.
  • And finally an except had the old format which is not supported by newer versions of Python.

 

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I'm out of many things mostly automation expert, database specialist, system engineer and software architect with passion towards data, searching it, analyze it, learn from it. I learn by experimenting and this blog is a result of these experiments and some other random thought I have time to time.
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