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Are there in Python some static web site generating tools like?webgen, nanoc or webby in Ruby ?
KLEIN St├ęphane <stephane(a)harobed.org> wrote: Hi, Today, I've show this static web site generating tools write in ruby : * http://webgen.rubyforge.org/index.html * http://nanoc.stoneship.org/about/ * http://webby.rubyforge.org/tutorial/ I like this tools, I'm wonder if there are similar too... 9 Mar 2010 06:43
Are there in Python some static web site generating tools likewebgen, nanoc or webby in Ruby ?
Hi, Today, I've show this static web site generating tools write in ruby : * http://webgen.rubyforge.org/index.html * http://nanoc.stoneship.org/about/ * http://webby.rubyforge.org/tutorial/ I like this tools, I'm wonder if there are similar tools in Python ? I know Sphinx, but this tools is oriented d... 9 Mar 2010 04:32
remove element with ElementTree
I have been using ElementTree to write an app, and would like to simply remove an element. But in ElementTree, you must know both the parent and the child element to do this. There is no getparent() function, so I am stuck if I only have an element. I am iterating over a table and getting all <td> tags, checkin... 9 Mar 2010 12:19
related lists mean value
Hi, I have two related lists: x = [1 ,2, 8, 5, 0, 7] y = ['a', 'a', 'b', 'c', 'c', 'c' ] what I need is a list representing the mean value of 'a', 'b' and 'c' while maintaining the number of items (len): w = [1.5, 1.5, 8, 4, 4, 4] I have looked at iter(tools) and next(), but that did not help me. I'm a bi... 9 Mar 2010 12:18
Newbie question: python versions differ per user?
I'm on Mac OS X 10.5.8 and downloaded 2.6.4 Mac Installer Disk Image as/in(?) the sys admin user. For this user Pyhton 2.6.4 is now the current version. I want to use Python outside the sys asdmin user. However, all other users still use Python 2.5.1 (Apple delivered). The sys admin user looks in /Library/Framew... 9 Mar 2010 06:43
Converting HTML to PDF using Python?
Hi Python superstars, Guys, any ideas on how to convert HTML files to PDF files? Or as an alternative, how to convert HTML files to an image file(jpeg/png/etc)? Ideally, the converted PDF/Image file should like exactly like the way HTML file looks in the browser. I really have no idea about this so I will real... 8 Mar 2010 18:40
ANNOUNCE: Major Feature Release - NHI1-0.7, PLMK-1.6 and libmsgque-4.5
Dear User, ANNOUNCE: Major Feature Release ==================================== libmsgque: Application-Server-Toolkit for C, C++, JAVA, C#, TCL, PERL, PYTHON, VB.NET PLMK: Programming-Language-Microkernel NHI1: Non-Human-Intelligence #1 SUMMARY ======= This is a 'maj... 8 Mar 2010 09:40
Curiosity stirkes me on 'import this'.
> I took a look at the 'this' module to see where the file is stored. This is probably old news to some people, but was new to me. print this.s Gur Mra bs Clguba, ol Gvz Crgref Ornhgvshy vf orggre guna htyl. Rkcyvpvg vf orggre guna vzcyvpvg. Fvzcyr vf orggre guna pbzcyrk. Pbzcyrk vf orggre gu... 8 Mar 2010 07:28
Best practice way to detect internet connectivity under Python2.6/Windows
On 08/03/2010 02:41, python(a)bdurham.com wrote: Is the best pratice way to detect internet connectivity under Windows (using Python 2.6) simply to attempt to access a known internet website using urllib or urlib2 wrapped in a try/except construct? Well, in theory you could use the Internet API: http... 8 Mar 2010 06:23
The C language like the Python, by the Python and for the Python--- PythoidC
CHEN Guang, 08.03.2010 06:08: Hi, if you are interested in C-Python mixed programming, please take a look at: http://pythoidc.googlecode.com PythoidC is the C language like the Python, by the Python and for the Python It looks a bit dangerous to me to parse C header files only with regular expressions. Fo... 8 Mar 2010 03:10
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