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The Abstract Large File (ALF) project is a portable library for writing files that can be larger than 2GB or contain holes on systems that don't natively support one or both properties.
Small and lightweight MediaWiki interwiki robot. Aimed specially for Wikimedia Foundation's projects.
fancix is an extensible Apache 2 framework for displaying metadata about contents of various file types. Included modules include implementations for RPMs, MP3s, tarballs and zip archives.
ApacheConsole is a Python application that aims at providing a GUI ŕ la MMC for IIS to manage the Apache web server on both Linux/Unix and Windows platforms. Additional features include configuration of remote hosts via specific agents.
A podcast aggregator written in Python using GTK. Users can subscibe to podcasts and download the latest episodes to their hard drive (iPod support is planned).
Batch Renamer is a powerful cross platform graphical tool that allows you to rename several files at once. Regular expression and number sequences are supported.
Parse, analyze and -- most importantly -- use COBOL data definitions. This gives you access to COBOL data from Python programs. Write data analyzers, one-time data conversion utilities and Python programs that are part of COBOL systems. Really.
Coboquinho Free Software Application Framework
ALPHA! Cherrybomb is a web multimedia platform in the spirit of Flash, suitable for animations or games. It is a framework built on top of a Java applet using modern JDK libraries, XML assembly descriptors and employs Python as a scripting language.
Outdated: see libcoap
Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) is a RESTful transfer protocol for resource-constrained networks and nodes in embedded and wireless sensor systems. CoAPy allows Python applications to use and provide CoAP network services. This version is extremely outdated and is not maintained. Consider using libcoap, also hosted on SourceForge.
CorEngine is a work in progress, OpenGL graphics powered 3D game engine designed to help independent game developers with quick prototyping and game/virtual environment creation. The engine supports a standard set of features, like skeletal animation, post processing, Lua/C programming, physics powered by Bullet Physics, GUI and 2D/3D Audio.
Collection of solved programming exercises that can be found in "Core Python Programming" book written by Wesley J. Chun.
a project to collect and organize various software projects, and a team to create new software for linux.
This project contains some test scripts and software for Analog Devices' DSP chip emulators. This verifies whether a particular emulator is working correctly with a particular PC and target board.
The DevTools project has moved to http://sourceforge.net/projects/devtools/ .
DiaCanvas is a library for drawing diagrams. It is completely Model/View/Controller based and has a Visio (DIA) look. The package also contains a Python wrapper for the library.
Drupy is a Python implementation of the Drupal content management system. This project is no longer maintained. You can find the original codebase at https://github.com/brendoncrawford/drupy/
Eddyspeak is an orrigional translation content management system. It allows you to translate GNU GetText PO files using a browser. This allows a comunity to work on the same file at the same time and speeds up development. Uses: PHP, MySQL and Python.
This was once an engine targeted at online games. It has been succeeded by another project with the same goal: http://io-project.org
EPT (Emacs Package Tool) is full userspace package managing tool for GNU/Emacs.
This is a Python module that formats error information and appends it to a logfile in a format conductive to diagnostics. It is an alternative in some instances to the Python built-in logging module.
Etch is a cross-platform, language- and transport-independent framework for building and consuming network services. With Etch, service development and consumption becomes no more difficult than library development and consumption.