MailForm.py works with python supported websites and this CGI script allows you to create web based user friendly forms to enable the visitors on your website to contact you in matter of minutes. You can specify as many fields with forms as you want to add and can include error monitoring modules to remind misssing values on required fields. Emails can be sent to the address you specify with in forms.
Rest-in-py project has been moved to BitBucket
REST in PY ia a Python library to ease the publication of REST-style web services in Django applications, specially (but not...
SE|PY is an ActionScript editor written in python, wxPython and using scintilla for text highlight, code collapsing. some features: snippets panel, functions panel and much more.
Contain also Flush
py-autopotools is a tool for i18n and l10n which automates a lot of the common tasks performed on po files. Create new files, delete or merge comments, file positions, and translations seperately, create default translations - pocreate does it all.
Add all dirs under folder to sys.path if any .py files are found.
Use an abspath if you'd rather do it that way.
Uses the current working directory as the location of using.py.
Keep in mind that os.walk goes all the way down...
I implemented dimensions.py perhaps eight years ago as an exercise and have used it occasionally ever since.
It allows doing math with dimensioned values in order to automate unit conversions (you can add m/s to mile/hour) and...
This is an example of how to use vlc.py . It records an mp3 file from an online audio stream, using the track announcements to write an accompanying cue file.
This program expands upon my Do.py program (Recipe: 577439). Instead of doing one expansion
for the entire comand, it performs an expansion on each argument. It uses the Do.py program
preserving macro definitions.
This script identifies every chr(xx) call in a script (being xx an integer) and replaces it with a constant byte string. For example: print chr(13) + chr(255) in the input .py file gets translated into '\n' + '\xff' on the output .py file, not...