PDFTron PDFNet SDK v.5.7. - A Python Extension Package for all types
of PDF processing including rendering, conversion, editing, and
WHAT IT IS:
PDFNet SDK is an amazingly comprehensive, high-quality PDF developer
toolkit for working with PDF files at all levels. Using the PDFNet PDF
library, developers can create powerful PDF solutions and applications
that can generate, manipulate, view, render and print PDF documents on
Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Some of the feature highlights include:
- PDF Rendering and rasterization
- PDF Editing
- PDF Creation from Xaml, HTML, XPS, EMF, .NET/GDI+, etc.
- PDF Printing
- PDF viewing and markup
- PDF Forms
- PDF Content Extraction
- PDF Redaction
- Silverlight Viewer for PDF
For a high-level overview of available functionality please see:
WHAT'S NEW ?
Support for PYTHON, Ruby, and PHP
WHERE CAN I GET IT ?
WHERE CAN I GET SUPPORT ?
Find a new release of python-ldap:
python-ldap provides an object-oriented API to access LDAP directory
servers from Python programs. It mainly wraps the OpenLDAP 2.x libs for
that purpose. Additionally it contains modules for other LDAP-related
stuff (e.g. processing LDIF, LDAPURLs and LDAPv3 schema).
Project's web site:
Released 2.4.0 2011-06-02
Changes since 2.3.13:
* OpenLDAP 2.4.11+ required to build
* Support for extracting LDAPv3 extended controls in
(see SF#2829057, thanks to Rich)
* Generic support for LDAPv3 extended operations (thanks to Rich)
* new class API in ldap.controls, not backwards-compatible!
* new sub-modules for ldap.controls, some require pyasn1 and pyasn1_modules
* New methods LDAPObject.result4() and LDAPObject.extop_result()
* New (optional) class ldap.controls.AssertionControl
* New helper module ldap.logger contains file-like object which
sends trace messages to logging.log()
* Removed non-functional method LDAPObject.set_cache_options()
* Removed unused dictionary ldap.controls.knownLDAPControls
* ldapcontrol.c: Fixed encode_assertion_control() and function is no longer
hidden behind ifdef-statement
Pyro 4.6 has been released.
Pyro stands for PYthon Remote Objects. It is an advanced and powerful Distributed Object
Technology system written entirely in Python, that is designed to be very easy to use.
A couple of highlights for this release:
Added batch call feature to greatly speed up many calls on the same proxy. Pyro can do
180,000 calls/sec or more with this.
Fixed handling of connection fail in handshake.
A couple of python3 fixes related to the hmac key.
More unit test coverage.
Download it from Pypi: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/Pyro4/
Detailed info here: http://www.razorvine.net/projects/Pyro/
For the next 4.x release I'm planning to finally start working on a new manual for Pyro
4. Until then, the examples that come with it are probably the best place to look,
together with the Pyro 3 manual + the migration-to-pyro4 page. And the Pyro4 source code
itself ofcourse! :-)
Irmen de Jong