[BangPypers] Your favorite Python libraries and frameworks
Mukund_Kamath at infosys.com
Tue Oct 30 16:18:04 CET 2007
pexpect is one of my favourites. My work needs expect and I have hated tcl. There are few more implementations for expect with python. Hope to try them all sometime.
From: bangpypers-bounces at python.org [bangpypers-bounces at python.org] On Behalf Of Dorai Thodla [dorai at thodla.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2007 8:33 PM
To: Bangalore Python Users Group - India
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] Your favorite Python libraries and frameworks
Lots of recommendations in the last couple of days. I added them all
to del.icio.us with tags: bangpypers python
Feel free to add/modify tags.
On Oct 30, 2007 12:42 AM, Vimal Menon <vimalmenon at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Some of the Libraries/Modules/Wrappers I used and liked,
> scapy - Scapy is a powerful interactive packet manipulation program. It is
> able to forge or decode packets of a wide number of protocols. Power of
> Scapy with the simplicity of Python makes it a killer combination ;)
> cPickle - well many of u might have used it ..
> pytables - havent used it much, but i liked it very much , may be someday
> some s/w, I would use it :)
> Pyrex - an easy way to write extension modules, helps a lot when u r writing
> system level code in python.
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> To: Bangalore Python Users Group - India <bangpypers at python.org>
> Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2007 7:33:39 PM
> Subject: [BangPypers] Your favorite Python libraries and frameworks
> I came across an article a couple of days ago about extending Vim (Vim is
> Vi based editor) with python. It was really cool to compile a set of python
> functions and call them inside Python. I found it on
> http://programming.reddit.com/ which seems to have nice links to Python
> articles fairly frequently (reddit itself is a python app written in
> This example used BeautifulSoup parsing library.
> Since I have not heard of BeautifulSoup before, I started looking into it.
> It is an amazingly simple and useful Python library for parsing HTML and
> I was wondering whether we should have a thread where people share their
> favorite Python libraries and how they discovered it.
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