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Python bindings tutorial
Is there any tutorial how to write a bindings for a exe ( dos) program? I would like to run it from a Python directly ( using import command and a particular function from the binding) not using os.system command. Thanks L. ... 19 Mar 2010 03:48
cycling through options
Hello, is there a better way for cycling through all options than this: (options, args) = parser.parse_args() for opt in options.__dict__.keys(): print opt, ":", options.__dict__[opt] Thanks for any nicer solution -- Dieter Faulbaum ... 16 Mar 2010 20:57
How to add a library path to pythonpath ?
Barak, Ron wrote: Hi, I'm trying to add a library path to my pythonpath, but seems it is not accepted - On Windows DOS window: C:\>echo %PYTHONPATH% c:\views\cc_view\TS_svm_ts_tool\SVMInspector\lib\ That looks like it should work. The only thing I notice is that I don't have a trail... 17 Mar 2010 06:52
what's the diffence between "RECENT" and "UNSEEN" in imaplib?
When I work with the imaplib, there is a imap4.status(mailboxname, '(MESSAGES RECENT UNSEEN)') function. So I really wonder what's the difference between RECENT and UNSEEN conditions. And what kind of messages belong to RECENT condition? Thank you~ ... 16 Mar 2010 10:13
C-API PyObject_Call
Hi, i have a serious problem and I am looking for a solution. I pass an instance of a class from a file to PyObject_Call. When something fails, I get a full traceback. If it succeeds, I get the return value. Is it possible to get information from which line/file the return value of PyObject_Call is? Thanks!... 20 Mar 2010 06:15
any python libraries for rendering open office spreadsheet to html
Hello, Is there a python library which can render ods to html. (I would even prefer javascript library to do this). The reason I am more interested in a python library is because, I am developing a web application in pylons. It is a financial software and initially on the desktop based client, I used odfpy to c... 16 Mar 2010 07:56
affectation in if statement
Hi, I'm trying to do something like : if m = re.match(r'define\s+(\S+)\s*{$', line): thing = elif m = re.match(r'include\s+(\S+)$', line): thing = else thing = "" But in fact I'm not allowed to affect a variable in "if" statement. My code should then look like : if re... 16 Mar 2010 12:30
import antigravity
Subtle... ... 18 Mar 2010 23:27
Build Python with XCode
Hi, I would like to build Python with Xcode (but without the makefile). Does anyone know a link where I can get a real xcodeproj with the current Py2.x sources? Thanks in advance!! Bye, donnerCobra ... 16 Mar 2010 10:13
Clustering and automated configuration & deployment toolkit withPython
On Mar 13, 2010, at 6:21 PM, np map wrote: I'd like to write an open source clustering (for computation and general use) and automation of configuration/deployment in Python. It's main purpose is to be used in academic environments. It would be something like running numpy/simpy code (and other custom ... 15 Mar 2010 15:48
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