The Cuisine system is a flexible software system to work with and edit video and audio.
It has a few new XML file formats, some Python libraries, some C Python extensions, and a bunch of tools of varying sizes.
Cuisine starts with the file formats. All media files have description files that contain all their metadata (duration, size, annotations, etc). Some Cuisine tools create these files; most read them.
Extract information from HTML pages that have some kind of a repetitive pattern
This package finds repetitive format patterns in an HTML page that contains one or more lists and extracts the sub-html text that creates the patterns. The...
Pylize is a Python script that makes the creation of on-screen presentations a matter of a few minutes. It generates a template master document, which you can edit with your favourite text or HTML editor. The master document is then processed by...
Spyce is a server-side language that supports elegant and efficient Python-based dynamic HTML generation.
Spyce allows embedding Python in pages similar to how JSP embeds Java, but Spyce is far more than a JSP clone.
This is a Python tool for streaming data from large XML documents with minimal memory usage
It comes with methods for iterating over repeated elements of large XML documents without storing them in the server's memory.
CompactBSD is a set of tools that allow you to compress OpenBSD onto a small (32MB) compact flash card for use in small embedded servers.
CompactBSD can be used to power wireless hot spots, which is what FatPort uses it for.
Publish your feed items to a microblog
Feed2mb updates a microblog account from a xml feed. It's a free alternative to services like Twitterfeed.
* You need to set your feed and your microblog account.
This is a Python library that generates idiomatic XML code through context managers
xmlwitch has two classes: Builder and Element.
Builder takes three parameters:
encoding, which is required and defaulted to UTF-8;
CleverCSS is a small markup language for CSS inspired by Python that can be used to build a style sheet in a clean and structured way. In many ways it's cleaner and more powerful than CSS2 is.
The most obvious difference to CSS is the...
These a re Python utilities for manipulating XML data
Enables developers to quickly manipulate XML data and move on to more important things in their app.
It allows writing web applications in Python, which is more suitable performance-wise for medium to large applications.
The AJAX library takes care of all the browser interoperability issues on your behalf, leaving you free to focus on...
It will allow the programmer to include a file into another file, and then include that file into all the web-pages just like in PHP.
When something changes in the initial files, the change will appear on all the web-pages...
This is a very simple and easy to use XML parser
This is a replacement for Python's DOM parsers for simple XML data.
It is possible, but not convenient, to construct an XML trees using this module.
LinkChecker script allows you to check websites and HTML documents for broken links.
Features: - recursive checking
- output in colored or normal text, HTML, SQL, CSV, XML or a sitemap graph in different...
It's a wrapper around the native PHP timelib module
openxmllib provides resources to handle OpenXML documents from Python.
OpenXML is the new office document format supported natively by MS Office 2007, and as import/export format by Apple iWork'08 and OpenOffice 2.2.
MyRSS is a simple RSS feed gatherer and printer. The output of MyRSS is an XHTML document that is marked up heavily so that you can tweak the display with CSS easily.
A Python package to parse and build CSS Cascading Style Sheets. Currently a DOM only, no rendering options.
cssutils is licensed under the LGPL 3
cssutils is far from being perfect or even complete. If...
Tidybot is a cross-platform batch (X)HTML syntax-checker and report-generator.
It traverses a directory tree of (X)HTML files on your hard disk, and generates a web page listing all the errors and warnings it encounters.
This is the documentation for the MplayerCtrl, a wx.Panel (wxPython, wxWidgets), which wraps the well known Mplayer into wxPython. Through this panel you have access to each command of the Mplayer's -slave option.