Ease the reading of relics from the Nineties
c8177b6d — Stefan Hagen a day ago
Bumped dev deps (pip-licenses==4.0.2)
156f06e2 — Stefan Hagen a day ago
Bumped test deps (hypothesis==6.60.0)
23a2e4cc — Stefan Hagen 2 days ago
Bumped dev deps (pytest-xdist==3.1.0)


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Ease the reading of relics from the Nineties.

License: MIT

version downloads wheel supported-versions supported-implementations


User and developer documentation of nineties.

#Bug Tracker

Feature requests and bug reports are best entered in the todos of nineties.

#Primary Source repository

The primary source of nineties lives somewhere on a mountain in Central Switzerland. But, we use decentralized version control (git), so any clone can become the source to everyone's benefit, no central only code. Anyway, the preferred public clones of nineties are:

  • on codeberg - a democratic community-driven, non-profit software development platform operated by Codeberg e.V.
  • at sourcehut - a collection of tools useful for software development.

#Random Notes

#What is in

A small, maybe growing collection of parsers and filters to ease dealing with specific information structures that drop off of REST backends ;-)

#What is out (for now)

Everything else (for now)



Note: The default branch is default.