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MySQL database connector for Python programming2,638 weekly downloads
An extension of the Python Library module 'asynchat' to support highly scaleable HTTP clients. We intend to learn from, and use pieces of, the excellent 'httplib' module.2 weekly downloads
Provides a Python interpreter binding for Ada 95 programs.1 weekly downloads
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Lingo CVS will be a system providing version control for Macromedia Director users working at different places and stages of a project. OS is Windows, but maybe it can be used with Mac, too. Python is the glue for merging, interacting with CVS etc. Lingo CVS has been abandoned.
PLOB! (Persistent Lisp OBjects!) implements orthogonal persistency for LISP and CLOS objects.
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.
Python Cron for Windows/NT is a NT service written in Python that clones the well-known UNIX cron demon, and is based on the Python "win32all" extension.
This project will create python plugins for the common corporate directory services, NDS, ActiveDirectory and LDAP. These modules are targeted at system administration staff and python developers.
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