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[ANN] OpenOpt 0.28, FuncDesigner 0.18, DerApproximator 0.18
Hi all, I'm glad to inform you about new release of our free (BSD-licensed) soft OpenOpt 0.28 (numerical optimization), FuncDesigner 0.18 (CAS with automatic differentiation), DerApproximator 0.18 (finite- differeces derivatives approximation). More details here: ... 15 Mar 2010 15:48
Fwd: Some PyCon videos won't play
Lan Qing wrote: In China these video can not watch at all. I must spent 3 days to download it... That's a great pity. If they would be useful to a large population perhaps we could consider having copies hosted where they would be available with higher bandwidth? Who could we (the Python Software Founda... 15 Mar 2010 13:27
to pass self or not to pass self
Hello, Learning Python from the help file and online resources can leave one with many gaps. Can someone comment on the following: # --------- class X: T = 1 def f1(self, arg): print "f1, arg=%d" % arg def f2(self, arg): print "f2, arg=%d" % arg def f3(self, arg): ... 20 Mar 2010 04:05
EuroPython 2010 - Open for registration and reminder of participation
EuroPython 2010 - 17th to 24th July 2010 ---------------------------------------- EuroPython is a conference for the Python programming language community, including the Django, Zope and Plone communities. It is aimed at everyone in the Python community, of all skill levels, both users and programmers. Last y... 15 Mar 2010 12:18
Dreaming of new generation IDE
Hello again, people On Feb 11, 6:30 pm, Francis Carr <coldtort...(a)> wrote: I can't believe the code editing situation today is in a such sorry state. I can't believe an old coder is feeling so sorry for himself. Ok, I'm feeling sorry; still, I think I made a point. Today, I tried... 15 Mar 2010 10:03
Large regular expressions
Hi, So I m trying to use a very large regular expression, basically I have a list of items I want to find in text, its kind of a conjunction of two regular expressions and a big list......not pretty. However everytime I try to run my code I get this exception: OverflowError: regular expression code size limit ... 15 Mar 2010 12:18
Hacker News, Xahlee.Org, and What is Politics?
Bravo!, Bravo! A wonderful post xah, thanks for sharing and i hope it sinks in with the people around here who need a lesson in humility. I was just a few days ago feeling quite passionate about this subject and creating my own draft but than i lost interest because i knew nobody would even care and probably j... 15 Mar 2010 05:41
"Distributed" database in Python
Greetings. I'm looking for a "distributed" database. (I'm not sure if distributed is the correct terminology though). My problem is this; I have a client application which once in a while needs to sync with a central database. (And of course the client -databases might be updated locally etc). Are there any ot... 15 Mar 2010 04:36
sqlite savepoint problem [solved]
No it doesn't. The problem is that using a connection as a context manager doesn't do what you think. It does *not* start a new transaction on __enter__ and commit it on __exit__. As far as I can tell it does nothing on __enter__ and calls con.commit() or con.rollback() on exit. With isolation_le... 15 Mar 2010 05:41
dll in project?
Hi all, I have a dll I am trying to use, but I get a Windows error 126, "the specified module could not be found". Here is the code segment: nvdaController=ctypes.windll.LoadLibrary("nvdaControllerClient32.dll") I have the specified dll file in the same directory as the file trying to use said dll, and this is... 15 Mar 2010 10:03
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