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This is a tool to create and maintain a database of spells and use this database to print out spell lists based on any number of limiting factors. This tool is intended for use with Wizards of the Coast's role playing game products.
Injectobject is a lightweight dependency injection container implementation for Python, based on Invertion of Control (IoC) design pattern (similar to Spring, PicoContainer or Avalon containers for java). Major supported features: constructor, setter and
Complete self-contained email server including IMAP, POP3, SMTP, Webmail, mailing lists.
cdBB [Coldfusion Driven Bulletin Board] is an open-source message board written using technologies like Coldfusion, XML and Java. It goals to be a complete open source enterprise solution for online communities.
Workbench for easier and faster transcription of information from the 1901 Canadian Census into machine-readable form
This program allows you to establish cryptographically secure and decentraliced conversations over untrusted telecommunication links and IRC networks.
Topic Maps engine written in Python that implements the Tau+ model
Pyleon is an extensible GTK+ web browser written in Python, with support for both Mozilla and GtkHTML. Non-core browser features are implemented as modules so power users can load only their desired features, and programmers can easily add their own.
pyMobile is a pure-Python package designed to communicate with mobile phones through a direct connection (e.g. through Bluetooth). This package can be used to create a variety of mobile applications using Python.