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PICS: Programmable Ingenious Card-game Systems. This Python program will let you program and play card games against computers, other humans, and possibly people across the internet.2 weekly downloads
An in-progress physics automator.
Pitchers Duel is a Baseball simulation focusing on the one-on-one contest between a batter and a pitcher. Will include both against-the-computer and networked interplayer variations.1 weekly downloads
Ports for building and installing GNOME on CRUX GNU/Linux, or other distributions using Per Lidén's pkgutils package system. Highlights of these ports include removal of gtk-doc/NLS and no stray files during the build process.1 weekly downloads
Political-Consumers.org is a non-profit project which tries to organize international ethical consumer demands to the benefit of companies trying to be better than others.
Este portal tem o objetivo de Informar os tipos de prestadores de serviços nos bairros
Package to make Generic Programming concepts available to Python programmers
pyconfigfile is an python module that makes it simple to read and write all kinds of configuration files on unix and windows known to me and, on windows, easy storing and reading of program configuration to windows registry.
Python Desktop Widgets
This tool will provide a test automation framework for quality engineers and a tool to run scripts/tools remotely from a single controller interface
A collection of Python (webpage) utilities.
Pyfork is a fork of CPython 2.5 that removes GIL
pyDataSegment is an add-on package for Python 2.4+ allowing developers to handle all aspects of dealing with data segments (record layouts) including creating, setting fields, serializing and unserializing segments.
PPA (Python [Object] Publishing Accessories) is a library of python modules useful to build web publication systems.1 weekly downloads
The project is aimed at all the multimedia codec developers. It will play various data formats like yuv420/422, rgb888/565/etc. It will support conversion from one color space to another, scaling/zooming, fps control, grid display to identify MB boundary
The aim of this project is to create an open source freely availible operating system, powered by Python.
An action game developed using PyGame + Eclipse + PyDev. I thought it would be fun to recreate the classic Atari game Beserk. I would like to blend in gameplay aspects of Robotron and Realm of Impossibility (C64).
Runes Of Magic1 weekly downloads
The MUD Client for the Lazy People.
Topspin Tools (Patch/Editors/Tools/Clothes&Accesoires)
This is a project to develop a vector program, to calculate with two three-dimensions vectors (x,y,z). It's really usefull to maths, use it! The download pre-selected is in English, if you want in Spanish, you have it in the folders.1 weekly downloads
Vriareon is a MIDI application that works with hardware synthesizers to expand their capabilities beyond those provided by the synthesizers' manufacturers. First goal is to implement multi point envelops like NI Absynth.2 weekly downloads
YoriJori is a wiki engine in Python. YoriJori is designed for scalability to serve more than a few thousands of wiki pages, for more than a thousand users.
Alternative system of collection statistics for the game of Battlefield 2142
The Cheesecake project will evaluate the quality of Python packages posted to the PyPI repository hosted at the Cheese Shop (http://cheeseshop.python.org/pypi). Each project will be given a "Cheesecake index": the higher the index, the higher the quality.