I've released version 3.0b4 of the Python wrappers for BerkeleyDB. This
version adds support for BerkeleyDB 3.2.9, and is also still usable with
See http://pybsddb.sourceforge.net/. Binaries are available for Windows and
for Linux (RPMs) for both Python 1.5.2 and Python 2.0.
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The Linux version of Installer for Python 2 is here:
The Installer is a sort of compilerless Freeze - a way
of distributing Python apps with all the required support built
in. The Linux version collects all dependencies and packages
the pure Python into an archive attached to the executable.
Just tar, gzip and ship.
Linux Installer release 3j</A> A compiler-less way
of distributing Python 2.0 apps on Windows. (10-Mar-01)
I still don't have a thread tutorial, but I've uploaded the slideshow
and sample scripts that I used at IPC9. Look for the new and improved
version in five months (after OSCON 2001).
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Module which permits access to Oracle databases using the Python Database
API specification 2.0, including binds of PL/SQL tables (arrays).
License: Open Source
Categories: Database Interfaces
Anthony Tuininga (atuining(a)computronix.com)
está un poco muerto (o descansando demasiado)
he puesto a disposición de quien desee una lista de Python en castellano
[is a bit dead (or resting too much), I have set up a new list for
spanish speaking people at:]
Os recuerdo que el proyecto de Documentación en castellano está bastante
avanzado (y sigue necesitando voluntarios):
[I remind you that the Spanish documentation project is quite usable now
(but still needs volunteers):]
Ahora, con documentación en línea
[New and improved, featuring on-line documentation]
I am pleased to be able to announce the first public version of my ASV module,
the successor to my own CSV.py module which many people have used over the past
few years. ASV is an incompatible `from the ground up' rewrite incorprating
comments CSV.py users have made over the years as well some new ideas to make
the whole process of inputting, manipulating and outputting simple database
formats as easy as possible.
As standard, ASV can read and write CSV (Comma Seperated Values) and TSV (Tab
Seperated Values) formats although it is possible to write your own input/output
classes to cope with the bizarre variations that people seem to find themselves
faced with from time to time. As the `main' format, the CSV handler has been
designed to cope gracefully with a wide variety of input formats. The design of
ASV specifically allows conversion between different formats (eg TSV -> CSV).
As this is the first public release of ASV, it should be treated as a beta
release - there may still be bugs and the documentation isn't entirely complete.
However for those still brave enough, the download URL is:
Please feel free to mail me with any comments you may have at laurie(a)tratt.net
<P><A HREF="http://tratt.net/~laurie/python/asv/">ASV 0.3 beta</A> -
a library for manipulating simple database formats such as CSV
Amphora Light 2.2.26 - a www-based groupware server
Amphora Light (http://www.amphora.ee/freeware/) is a free open-source
www-based groupware server in Python and Zope, offering basic office
functionality: calendars, tasks, contacts, discussion, web email in
the context of a hierarchical organisation and flexible access rights.
Both Netscape and MS IE are supported as clients.
It supports synchronization with MS Outlook calendar, tasks, contacts
through a separate MS Windows client.
Amphora is built upon the following components:
Linux, Apache, MOD_SSL, PostgreSQL, Bsddb, Zope, Python,
Amphora light is a limited version of Amphora, a comprehensive
commercial groupware/document management product for Linux by IT Meedia,
containing also document-, project- and message management, as
well as a simple interface for creating new database tables.
Amphora supports ASP functionality (separate clients and quotas).
integration with MS Windows and electronic signatures through
a separate client. Amphora is currently being extended towards
full CRM functionality.
For more information, have a look at the Amphora light webpage:
Amphora light is released under combined Mozilla Public Licence
and Sun Community Source Licence analogues.
<P><A HREF="http://www.amphora.ee/freeware/">Amphora light 2.2.26</A> -
www-based groupware server (01-Mar-2001)
A SAX2 parser for python code
PyPaSax uses the parser module to extract information about classes and
methods and generates an XML tree from this. We are working on XSLT to
generate XMI files so that we can import the data in some UML tool such
Requires: PyXML or 4Suite
<a href="http://www.logilab.org/pypasax/">PyPaSax 0.1</a> -- A SAX2
parser for python code