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  • ApeSmit
    ApeSmit is a very simple module to create XML sitemaps as defined at sitemaps.org.
  • arrayfrombuffer
    arrayfrombuffer makes it possible to memory-map files as Numerical Python arrays.
  • Ascii85 Data Encodings for Python
    pyascii85 is a Python extension written in C, that provides Ascii85 data encodings, also known as Base85. It can encode and decode files or text buffers, and is useful for encoding data to be used within PostScript and PDF files, such as raw RGB images.
  • Aspyct
    Aspyct is a Python module that allows you to use aspect oriented programming.
  • bufsock.py
    bufsock.py makes it a little bit easier to work with sockets, and may also make your I/O faster if you're reading and/or writing lots of tiny packets.
  • ccRdf
    ccRdf is a set of Python classes which allow developers to easily parse and manipulate Creative Commons licensing metadata. ccRdf was formerly known as ccLicense.py. ccRdf supports parsing, manipulating and emitting license metadata in RDF format. ccRdf performs the core validation and parsing for the Creative Commons RDF Validator.
  • CDDB.py
    CDDB.py is a set of three modules to access the CDDB online database of audio CD track titles and information. It includes a C extension module to fetch track lengths.
  • ceODBC
    ceODBC enables access to databases using the ODBC API and conforms to the Python database API 2.0 specifications with a few exceptions.
  • Click'n'Drag
    Click'n'Drag is a hierarchical surface framework for PyGame.
  • CLY
    CLY simplifies the creation of interactive shells. Think of it as being like the built-in "cmd" module on steroids.
  • cx_Logging
    cx_Logging is a Python extension module that supports logging in a similar fashion to that supported by the logging module available in Python 2.3 and up.
  • cx_Oracle
    cx_Oracle is a Python extension module that allows access to Oracle and conforms to the Python database API specifications.
  • Dice3DS
    Dice3DS is a set of Pure Python modules for dealing with 3D Studio format (*.3ds) files. It maps 3DS chunks into a hierarchical set of Python objects; it's a lot like how ElementTree works for XML files.
  • fchksum
    fchksum is a Python module to find the checksum of files. Currently it supports md5, crc32, cksum, bsd-style sum, and sysv-style sum. The advantage of using fchksum over the python md5 and zlib(.crc32) modules is both ease of use and speed. You only need to tell it the filename and the actual work is done by C code.
  • firkin
    firkin is a Python module to convert between different measurement units.
  • FluentXML
    FluentXML is an XML library which provides a simple interface to parse, create, query, edit, and save XML in a pythonic way.
  • FXPy
    FXPy is a Python extension module which provides an interface to the FOX GUI library.
  • getargs
    getargs implements a command line parser that Python scripts can use to parse their command line arguments in sys.argv.
  • GnuPGInterface
    GnuPGInterface is a Python module to interface with GnuPG. It concentrates on interacting with GnuPG via filehandles, providing access to control GnuPG via versatile and extensible means.
  • Googolplex
    Googolplex is a Python class to do a query on google.com, parse it and returns the result as a list.
  • GroupsDirectory
    GroupsDirectory is a module for Python to create and manage advanced membership structures. When created it can be queried for authorization of objects. It doesn't rely on databases.
  • Gst-Python
    Gst-Python provides Python bindings for the GStreamer project. These bindings provide access to almost all of the GStreamer C API through an object oriented Python API.
  • gtkforms
    gtkforms is used for creating gtk dialog in order to let the end user to manipulate python objects.
  • GuessLang
    a simple Python module that does language identification on an HTML page
  • hmm
    hmm provides an implementation of Hidden Markov Model and associated algorithms (Viterbi and Baum-Welsh). It uses Numeric Python for speeding up the computations.
  • htmlPARSER
    htmlPARSER is a set of Python classes which help you in creating HTML parser which parse user editable templates.
  • IPlib
    iplib is a Python module to convert between many different IP address notations and to manage address/netmask pairs in the CIDR notation.
  • jahtml
    jahtml defines a class named Html_document with several methods to insert tags, text, and output the document with a smart indentation.
  • jaxml
    jaxml defines a class named XML_document which will allow you to generate XML documents.
  • jonpy
    jonpy provides simple yet powerful multi-threaded object-oriented CGI/FastCGI/mod_python/html-templating facilities for the Python programming language.
  • libgmail
    Libgmail is a pure Python binding to provide access to Google's Gmail Webmail service.
  • ll-make
    ll-make implements make functionality. Like make it allows you to specify dependencies between files and actions to be executed when files don't exist or are out of date with respect to one of their sources.
  • ll-url
    ll-url contains an RFC2396 compliant implementation of URLs (see the class URL) and file like classes for reading data from URLs and writing data to URLs.
  • Log4Py
    Log4Py is a Python logging module similar to log4j. It supports logging to files or to stdout/stderr, variable log-levels, configurable output formats and configuration via configuration files.
  • M2Crypto
    M2Crypto makes available to the Python programmer RSA, DH, DSA, HMACs, message digests, symmetric ciphers, and sufficient SSL functionality to implement servers and clients.
  • mailbox_reader
    mailbox_reader is a small Python module which allows sequential message reading from a Unix mailbox.
  • Mathfun.py
    Mathfun.py is a little Python library that makes it easy for you to do some quirky little mathemagical things: primes, prime factorization, Fibonacci sequences, and character/value games.
  • minfx
    minfx is a Python module library for numerical optimization. It comprises a large collection of minimization algorithms.
  • MinimalModbus
    MinimalModbus is an easy-to-use Python module for talking to instruments (slaves) from a computer (master) using the Modbus protocol.
  • Mother
    Mother is a Python module that hides SQL syntax and gives you a set of intelligent classes and methods that can self-adapt and understand various situations. It could be considered as an Object Relational Mapper with strong introspection. In fact, configuration files, tables, fields, and keys declarations are not needed. It works with PostgreSQL and its introspective nature is based on PostgreSQL meta queries.
  • mpmath
    mpmath is a replacement for Python's float/complex classes and math/cmath modules with unlimited precision and exponent sizes.
  • mxDateTime
    mxDateTime is designed to do complex date/time handling with Python.
  • Natural Language Toolkit
    Natural Language Toolkit is a Python package that simplifies the construction of programs that process natural language; and defines standard interfaces between the different components of an NLP system.
  • omniORBpy
    omniORB is a robust high performance CORBA ORB for C++ and Python.
  • OpenRelease
    OpenRelease automates the packaging, release and announcement of Open Source software. The pack class creates packages, which are defined by packer classes, manages versioning, and brings up your notes and changelog in an editor.
  • optcomplete
    optcomplete aims at providing almost automatically shell completion for any Python program that already uses the optparse module.
  • optparse_gui
    optparse_gui is a drop-in replacement for Python's built-in optparse. It allows the user to enter command line arguments in a dynamically generated WX-based dialog. optparse_gui generates the dialog depending on the provided optparse options: CheckBox for boolean options, ComboBox for "choice" options, TextCtrl for all other options, and an extra TextCtrl for entering non-option command line arguments. Also, the dialog contains context-sensitive help for every option.
  • Parsing.py Parser Generator
    The Parsing module is a pure-Python module that implements an LR parser generator, as well as CFSM and GLR parser drivers.
  • pbs_python
    The pbs_python package is a wrapper class for the Torque Batcj System C library.
  • PDSImage
    Read single-band NASA PDS (Planetary Data System) Image files in Python. Query header information and extract binary image data in a format suitable for PIL (Python Imaging Library). Works for Pathfinder and Mars Exploration Rover images, maybe others.

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