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Python extension module to allow access to Aladdin's hasp dongle.4 weekly downloads
PM2HTML takes PageMaker files and makes a cohesive newspaper website. It comprises a PMScript that exports all stories to a directory of tagged txts, and a python program to act as a converter to turn those tagged text files into HTML, a parser to guess3 weekly downloads
Server and client tools to reduce stress for etree siteops and downloaders. Command line python based ftp client - very simple; just gets music. Server Tools: Fully automates user management for etree servers.
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Midnight Xen is a project to finish the Xen project manager for zope. We also intend to implement Gantt and Pert Chart features. The first priority is to make a build that works right on improt into Zope and then re-initiate the security later.
Python IMAP email client. Cross platform email client that works on both windows and linux. Emphasis is on usability and stability. Requires python, pygame, PIL, pmw, and pywin32.
Shadow Watcher is a Peer to Peer log sharing tool for the security analyst. Consider it a "community watch" program which allows you to keep your system secure from the threats on the internet and help others do the same.
YAML (tm) is a straight-forward data serilization language, offering an alternative to XML where markup (named lists and mixed content) are not needed. YAML borrows ideas from rfc822, SAX, C, HTML, Perl, and Python.