We're pleased to announce the release of *RISE 5.1.0*!
*RISE* allows you show your Jupyter notebooks rendered as an *executable*
Reveal.js-based slideshow. It is your very same notebook but presented in a
You can find more info about the release and the new goodies in this blog
What is cx_Freeze?
cx_Freeze is a set of scripts and modules for freezing Python scripts
into executables, in much the same way that py2exe and py2app do.
Unlike these two tools, cx_Freeze is cross platform and should work on
any platform that Python itself works on. It supports Python 2.7 or
higher, including Python 3.
More information can be found at the web site:
cx_Freeze 5.1 supports Python 2.7 and higher. Besides bug fixes, the main
change is the use of a common library directory on all platforms. The full
release notes can be read here:
To install, use the following command:
python -m pip install cx_Freeze --upgrade
cx_Freeze 6.0b1 supports Python 3.5 and higher and is the first prerelease
of version 6 which only supports Python 3. The full release notes can be
To install, use the following command:
python -m pip install cx_Freeze --upgrade --pre
I am excited to officially announce Uplink v0.2, an MIT-licensed library
for building HTTP API clients, to the Python community:
What is Uplink?
In essence, Uplink delivers reusable and self-sufficient objects for
consuming HTTP webservices, with minimal code and user pain. It
generates consumers from the classes and methods you define (loosely
analogous to Django's ORM) and supports both synchronous and
- GitHub: https://github.com/prkumar/uplink
- Download: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/uplink
- Documentation: https://uplink.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Raj Kumar - raj.pritvi.kumar(a)gmail.com
<P><A HREF="https://github.com/prkumar/uplink>Uplink v0.2</A>
Delivers reusable and self-sufficient objects for consuming HTTP
webservices, with minimal code and user pain. (03-Nov-2017)
WHAT IS IT
Mail users, especially in non-English countries, often find that mail
messages arrived in different formats, with different content types, in
different encodings and charsets. Usually this is good because it allows us to
use appropriate format/encoding/whatever. Sometimes, though, some unification
is desirable. For example, one may want to put mail messages into an archive,
make HTML indices, run search indexer, etc. In such situations converting
messages to text in one character set and skipping some binary attachments is
Here is the solution - mimedecode.py.
This is a program to decode MIME messages. The program expects one input
file (either on command line or on stdin) which is treated as an RFC822
message, and decodes to stdout or an output file. If the file is not an RFC822
message it is just copied to the output one-to-one. If the file is a simple
RFC822 message it is decoded as one part. If it is a MIME message with multiple
parts ("attachments") all parts are decoded. Decoding can be controlled by
Version 2.8.0 (2017-11-03)
Stop supporting Python 2.6.
Code cleanup: fixed flake8 errors and warnings.
Pushed to GitHub. Tests at Travis.
WHERE TO GET
Home page: http://phdru.name/Software/Python/#mimedecode
git clone https://github.com/phdru/mimedecode.git
git clone http://git.phdru.name/mimedecode.git
git clone git://git.phdru.name/mimedecode.git
Requires: Python 2.7 or Python 3.4+, m_lib.defenc 1.0+.
Tests require: tox, m_lib 3.1+.
Recommends: configured mailcap database.
(also included in the package in html, man and txt formats).
Oleg Broytman <phd(a)phdru.name>
Copyright (C) 2001-2017 PhiloSoft Design.
Oleg Broytman http://phdru.name/ phd(a)phdru.name
Programmers don't die, they just GOSUB without RETURN.
PyCA cryptography 2.1.3 has been released to PyPI. cryptography includes
both high level recipes and low level interfaces to common cryptographic
algorithms such as symmetric ciphers, message digests, and key derivation
functions. We support Python 2.7, Python 3.4+, and PyPy.
* Updated Windows, macOS, and manylinux1 wheels to be compiled with OpenSSL
-Paul Kehrer (reaperhulk)