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Zoom Tools includes a Python program which splits images into blocks and metadata compatible with the Zoomifyer Flash applet. After generation, images can be panned and zoomed with Zoomifyer (free, but proprietary) for web or intranet publishing.1 weekly downloads
idyuts is \"I Dare You to Use This Shell\"; a pre-hibernate approach to replacing an ORM written with jython functors into a pure-Java language command pattern. The \"pipeline codegen artifacts\" are simple IoC templates, and trivial to adapt3 weekly downloads
A lib of Python scripts to extract exif info from digital camera-generated jpegs and provide them in a human-readable format suitable for use in some kind of html photo album generator, or somesuch.6 weekly downloads
RRFiller provides an easy-to-use solution for logging statistics into an RRDTool database. Designed to complement RRGrapher, the project also provides configurations for creation and updating RRD databases using standard tools like vmstat and netstat.
Tired of Emacs? Coming from Mac or Windows platforms? Need a good editor? This is an attempt to create a new programmer's code editor, for Linux, using wxPython.
This project develops and hosts a collection of shell scripts that can be used with graphical shells such as Nautilus. They are intended to integrate with the Gnome desktop.
Solving genetic algorithms in a distributed processing system. Developed in python with sockets.1 weekly downloads
A port of Sky3DS Diskwriter for Mac OS X and Linux20 weekly downloads
The project provides business application examples. Architectures are shown for maintaining tables in Mysql (Linux: Python, PHP) / Oracle (Windows: VB). Additional info can be found in Tab "Project" Menu-Item "Web Site" / Tab "Tracker" for feedback5 weekly downloads
A cross-platform, Pygame based UI library.
A simple Apache module to convert a txt2tags file on the fly into a HTML file and send it to client browser.1 weekly downloads
This is a MySQL log analyzer written in Python2.4. It analyses logs in a hourly basis, and outputs statistical information about queries.2 weekly downloads
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
Linux-Fonts is a project to develop a centralized database of common-used X11 fonts. It is mainly about deploying ready-to-use font packages, but a second goal is creating a GUI font manager and server.
Verifies a burnt cd or dvd, even if it contains Filenames with Umlauts (Outdated, k3b handles these). But it can autodelete your burned files.1 weekly downloads
Small tool for all DnD players (program only in Polish)1 weekly downloads
Appscript is a high level, user-friendly Apple event bridge that allows you to control scriptable Mac OS X applications from Python, Ruby and Objective-C. Appscript makes these languages a serious alternative to AppleScript for automating your Mac.54 weekly downloads
Translation of Django documentations to Russin language. See http://python.com.ua/forum/viewtopic.php?id=164 for details(if you familar with Russian language)
Python libraries and frontend to migrate files and settings from previous installed Windows 2000/XP to Linux.1 weekly downloads
Espigo is a web-based service that takes English input, semantically processes it and translates the phrase into Esperanto, the international language. Other features may include generation of parse trees and grammar-checking for Esperanto text.
Python script for pushing the same configuration on multiple devices.4 weekly downloads
Python script for pushing the same configuration on multiple devices.1 weekly downloads
A TextMap module for Python. The TextMap class can be used to emulate oldfashioned computer screens. It will have methods like writexy(x,y,text), input = readxy(x,y,text), clear(), scroll(x,y), change(coloroptions), settext(text), input = gettext()2 weekly downloads
Pypong is a (ICMP) ping detector which allow to be warn as soon as ping is received by your machine.1 weekly downloads