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Pysaprfc is a Python wrapper around SAP librfc and provides easy access to SAP data-structures, tables and RFC enabled function modules.12 weekly downloads
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Phasault is a EMail Tool-Client, which provides some features you can't see in other E-mail Clients. Coded in Python using Tk as GUI. Works in Win32 and Unix/Linux (with python interpreter installed), and also planning to create stand-alone distribution o
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PyGoldMine is a toolkit for building Python applications that integrate with FrontRange Solutions' GoldMine, a Customer Relationship Management package (http://www.frontrange.com/goldmine/), through DDE, GM5S32.DLL and COM.
This project aims to create Application Toolbars (a class of dockable window under Win32) in Python. Examples of AppBars include the Win32 taskbar, Norton System Doctor's docking window, and Mirabilis's ICQ client. An proof-of-concept has been created.
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.