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Current Software Projects
 
anycons, Simple Universal Console I/O
 
DIF, Navy DIF file handler in Python
 
GDmodule, Python GD module.  This is the module written by Richard Jones; he has handed over maintenance of this project to me.
 
GINSU, a file chopper/reassembler with automatic features.  Supports Linux/Unix, Win32, and DOS
 
libaltm, Alternate Math Library for SCO OpenServer 5.04. This is an ar (.a) library containing Position Independent Code (-fPIC) versions of the libm.a functions. I got the source from glibc-1.09 (an older version) because it at least builds on OpenServer 5 with the SkunkWare gcc 2.95.2.
 
passwd.py, a password file management module for Unix/Linux/BSD systems.
 
PollyReports is a report generation module for Python. It is intended to be used with Reportlab to create PDFs using data drawn from a database.
 
Python Plumber's Helpers.  Includes Logger.py, a module providing file-like objects which datestamp each line, and NWayOutput.py, which creates file-like objects that write to more than one output file on each write() call.  Very handy in combination!
 
Pythonic Windows Printing, my article on how to print to a Windows printer from Python. Now includes MSWinPrint.py, my module encapsulating the required procedures.
 
RawPrintServer, a Socket API print server in Python using asyncore. Works with both Windows and Linux!
 
RBTree, Red/Black Tree module with dictionary-like interface.
 
Readline, Python Alternative Readline for Windows.
 
ULPR, a universal printing client for Unix/Linux.
 
WConio, Windows CONsole I/O module for Python.
 
Web Publishing System in Python (recently updated!).  Includes makesite.py, a web page generator using simple templates, and publish.py, a web site publisher using FTP.
 
Python Programming Help, my series of articles (well, one at the moment) explaining how to solve problems in Pythonic application development.


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