PyXR 0.9.4 - Cross-Referenced HTML from Python Source
PyXR generates pretty-printed HTML pages from python source files to make source browsing easier. It provides extensive cross-referencenced hyperlinks that integrate with the Python Library Reference as well as other python source files. Its cross-referencing capabilities are vastly superior to other source pretty-printing packages that I've seen.
0.9.4 provides compatibility with the new language semantics in Python 2.4 and addresses changes to the format of the Library Reference Manual, in addition to a littany of smaller fixes. Previous versions WILL NOT work with python 2.4. This release does provide backward compatibility to python versions as early as 2.2 and should work on all major OSes.
PyXR is available for download here:
PyXR'ed markup of Python 2.4's source is available here:
Detailed release notes are available here:
The "Pitcher's Duel" project has released SPyRE (Simple Pythonic
Rendering Engine) version 0.6. This is a lightweight rendering engine
Provide OpenGL code to draw the model, and the SPyRE engine will
display the model in an interface that provides zooming, panning and
rotation of camera position using mouse and keyboard. Our goal is to
use the engine for a baseball simulation, but it should be generic
enough for a variety of applications.
Changes in this release include bug fixes to the only reported bug (an
initialization problem), and to a glitch in the pivoting code. This
release has 'epydoc' documentation, more detailed than the prior docs,
and rewritten summary docs.
The project includes demos such as a fountain of sparks, a swarming
behavior model, a random walk example, a whirlpool effect using
gravity and drag, and an example of chaos theory, and a lighted shaded
The project page is at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pduel/spyre/
To use SPyRE, you also need to have installed Python, OpenGL,
pyOpenGL, and PyGame.