Human Security 0.5 (BSD) is out:
It is a thin layer on top of the cryptography module.
Exposes an easy to use interface to EAS and RSA.
Available on Pypi and github:
python3 -m pip install human_security
ludev��t is a simple program translating standard Slovak language
into the L. ��t��r version.
The program is probably interesting only to Slovak speakers.
Requirements: Python 3, only standard library modules are used.
The program is intended to be used in Unix environments with UTF-8
locale, but should work everywhere python runs, if you provide UTF-8
input and are content with UTF-8 output.
* convert to python 3
Where to download:
| Radovan Garab��k http://kassiopeia.juls.savba.sk/~garabik/ |
| __..--^^^--..__ garabik @ kassiopeia.juls.savba.sk |
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Pycopy is a minimalist, light-weight, resource-efficient implementation
of Python(-like) language. Pycopy to CPython is the same things as
Scheme to Common Lisp. Pycopy strives to define a core language
features suitable to easily develop efficient software, while allow
for extensibility to a wider (and much more bloaty and less efficient)
set of features for compatibility with existing software.
Pycopy doesn't come with bulky hazardous lead-acid batteries. Instead,
a set of a few core modules are included builtin: inspired, being a
noticeable subset, and a little bit of extension, of the corresponding
CPython modules - clearly namespaced, to still allow room to implement
fully compatible CPython modules. These new modules aren't intended to
be an adhoc thing, just an alternative API with a constraint of
minimality. Implementation of that API also exists for CPython (WIP),
allowing Pycopy -> CPython compatibility.
The rest is handled outside the core language, via a separate project,
pycopy-lib: https://github.com/pfalcon/pycopy-lib , which strives to
port CPython stdlib to Pycopy, while, where needed, provide more
lightweight module variants and extensions.
Pycopy is a full-stack project, with ecosystem including a web
micro-framework, pure-Python Python parser, FFMPEG bindings, SDL
bindings, LLVM bindings, etc.: https://github.com/topics/pycopy
Ideas behind Pycopy were initially explored within MicroPython project,
and now full on as a standalone project with a focus on minimality,
multi-level structure, and Python (instead of C). Pycopy is also a
spiritual successors of project like PyMite and Tinypy.
I am happy to announce Guppy 3 3.0.4
Guppy 3 is a library and programming environment for Python,
currently providing in particular the Heapy subsystem, which supports
object and heap memory sizing, profiling and debugging. It also
includes a prototypical specification language, the Guppy
Specification Language (GSL), which can be used to formally specify
aspects of Python programs and generate tests and documentation from a
Guppy 3 is a fork of Guppy-PE, created by Sverker Nilsson for Python 2.
The main news in this release:
o A error message is now displayed pointing to guppy-pe if the package is
installed in Python 2, and a warning is now displayed if the package is
installed in non-CPython.
o Profile Browser is now able to load data dumps and how to perform a dump
The primary differences between Guppy 3 and Guppy-PE, besides the Python
version difference, is that:
o Classifier byclass removed. There are no more old style classes.
o Extended C integer size to work on 64 bit Windows machines.
The project homepage is on GitHub: