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I wrote this little function for [Gate One](http://vimeo.com/24857127) (a web-based terminal emulator/SSH client)... It converts strings in the format of <num><character> into timedelta objects. It's not rocket science but maybe it'll save someone a few keystrokes :). Besides that, it comes with a really nice Sphinx-ready (reStructuredText) docstring with complete doctests.



Python newbies will often make the following mistake (I certainly have =):

>>> test = """this is a test:
... tis the season for mistakes."""
>>> for line in test.split('\n'):



Python Minifier: Reduces the size of Python code for use on embedded platforms. Performs the following:


Removes docstrings.
Removes comments.
Removes blank lines.
Minimizes code indentation.
Joins multiline...



This code lets you store all of your static website content inside a gzipped tarball while transparently serving it to HTTP clients on-demand. Perfect for embedded systems where space is limited.



The MethodDispatcher is a subclass of tornado.web.RequestHandler that will use
the methods contained in subclasses of MethodDispatcher to handle requests. In
other words, instead of having to make a new RequestHandler class for every...