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Porting the Python Scripting Language to the EPOC operating system.3 weekly downloads
A port of the Python language to HP's MPE/iX operating system, allowing MPE/iX specific modules (like TurboIMAGE) to be accessed from Python scripts.1 weekly downloads
CheetahWizard is an extension of the Cheetah template engine and code generator. It makes easier the use of Cheetah for the generation of multiple documents from templates in a local environment and provides a Wizard-GUI to fill in necessary information t
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Unlike PyDB2, PyDB2Admin Project is the Python wrapper for IBM DB2 Admin API .
Project to create a suite of Python codecs for all popular global encodings.
Python Module that wraps around existing SMSC-CIMD libraries to allow Python programs to talk directly with SMSC/CIMD servers. This project currently does not intend to talk to GSM modems via serial interface but can do so later on.
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.
Python bindings to Rainer Menzner's Type1 font rendering package.