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This recipe describes how to create a fade-in window using IronPython. Several applications use fade-in windows for temporary data e.g. new Outlook XP mail messages are shown through a fade-in/fade-out pop-up window.
Fading in can be best accomplished using the Form.Opacity property and a Timer. Pop-up windows should also set the "topmost" window style.
Groups the elements returned by an iterator into n-tuples. The final tuple may be padded with Nones.
This simple import hook can resolve Windows shortcuts refering to directories. This allows Windows users to simulate UNIX directory structures which contain symlinks.
This recipe uses the system_profiler application to retrieve detailed information about a Mac OS X system. There are two useful ways to use it: the first is to ask for a complete Python datastructure containing information about the system (see...
This recipe discribes how to change the implementation of the _run_child method in Popen3 at runtime.
XML parsers consider several conditions when deciding which whitespace-only text nodes should be preserved during DOM construction. Unfortunately, those conditions are controlled by the document's DTD or by the content of document itself. Since it...
This function returns a list of n-tuples from a single "flat" list.
This recipe demonstrates the creation of a simple XML-RPC server using the SimpleXMLRPCServer class. It requires either Python 2.2 or later or the XML-RPC package from PythonWare (http://www.pythonware.com/products/xmlrpc/index.htm) to run.
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