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Learn how to extend your Python command-line tools by writing plug-ins. Plug-ins offer a convenient way to extend the functionality of existing code.
One of the more popular examples of the use of plug-ins to extend an application is the Firefox plug-in community. There are Firefox plug-ins for Flash players, Web development, managing RSS feeds, and more. One of the more common uses of plug-ins is to enable third-party developers to extend an application. This is a very powerful idea, as it allows the original developers to harness the power of the unknown to extend their product in ways they may have not even imagined.
 read more | mail this link | score:5699 | -BlueVoodoo, September 4, 2008
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