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I'm obsessed with nice APIs. Not just APIs however, also in making the overall experience of using a library as good as possible. For Python there are quite a few best practices around by now but it feels like there is not really a lot of information available about how to properly structure a native library. What do I mean by native library? Essentially a dylib/DLL/so.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Aug 19 2013 / 08:31

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