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Povray for python 1.0 This script is a relatively simple framework for making povray files from python programming language. It's good for creating structured/mathematical scenes and animations.
Password maker 1.0 This class generates passwords, either random or from a dictionary. It randomly creates a password with specified length, or picks a password from a dictionary.
Bare Bones Password Generator 1.4 This script is a password generator that will generate random length alpha-numeric passwords given a range to work with.
md5diff 1.4 This script reads the content of the two md5 files in two lists. It will compare and differentiate the two md5 files.
Twisted / BitTorrent :: Client / Server 1.2 This script contains two modules that run a BitTorrent server, and uses Twisted as a client to coordinate control-message passing, and progress monitoring.
popPeek 1.1 This script shows the headers from messages in a popbox and allows the user to delete messages on the server before downloading them. Only works with pop-servers that support the TOP-command.
Connect to an IRC server 1.0 This script shows how simple is the use of sockets to handle connection with every Internet protocol, just knowing the RFC for that protocet protocr />
Import modules from a remote server 1.0 Storing modules in a central location, which are used by remote, seperate clients has obvious benefits.
Write a file to a WebDAV Server 1.0 This script is an extremely simple example of using homepage to write a file to a WebDAV server. This version does not use any authentication mechanism.
xmlrpc parameter mapping for OO-style programming 1.0 This script automates the creation and lookup of objects passed from and to xmlrpc server methods so that incoming calls arguments are automatically replaced by their respective objects, and returned objects get mapped and their ids returned.
SMTP Mailsink 1.0 This class starts up an SMTP server which acts as an email sink, collecting all received emails destined for any address. All emails are routed to a Portable Unix Mailbox file. This is very handy for testing applications that send email.
Simple stoppable server using socket timeout 1.0 The usual Python HTTP server never stops. Since there is the timeout option in the socket module, this script provides you an easy way to do a clean shutdown of a running server.
CGI-shell 1.0 This script runs an arbitrary string on the server as a shell command.It mimics a very basic shell environment on a server using CGI.
http - Exploring Headers and Cookies from Servers 1.4 This CGI script allows you to specify a URL, then it fetches the URL and displays all the headers sent by the server. This script demostrates using urllib2 to fetch a URL - using a request object with User-Agent header.
Python Script Viewer 1.0 The purpose for this script is to allow someone to view a CGI script through a server. Therefore, this CGI application was written so that python files (and only *.
Doctester for your documentation 1.2 The doctester extracts code from stdin and tests it using the doctest module in the standard library. It can be invoked from the command line, but it is best called from you editor of choice.
Guess language of text using ZIP 1.2 This script is a small tool for language and author identification for textfiles.
Format a text block 1.0 This function formats a block of text. The text is broken into tokens. (Whitespace is NOT preserved.) The tokens are reassembled at the specified level of indentation and line width. A string is returned.
Text Compressor 1.0 This script introduces a novel way of compressing text and is meant primarily as an exercise.The procedures work best on standard 7-BIT ASCII and worst on binary encoded data.
Converting Word documents to text 1.3 Converting Word documents to text script allows you to convert word documents to text files.
Retrieving a line at random from a file 1.0 This procedure reads through a file of unknown size once, returning a random line from the file.
Accessing Substrings 1.0 This script is useful when you want to access portions of a string. For example, you've read a fixed-width record and want to extract the fields.
Reversing a String by Words or Characters 1.0 Reversing a String by Words or Characters script allows you to reverse the characters or words of a string.
Convert a string into a raw string 1.2 This script contains a function that takes in an arbitrary string and converts it into its raw string equivalent. It is very useful when a user needs to input text and you want the raw equivalent to be used and not the processed version.
Expanding and Compressing Tabs 1.1 This script is useful when you want to convert tabs in a string to the appropriate number of spaces, or vice versa.
Yet Another Python Templating Utility (YAPTU) 1.5 "Templating" (copying an input file to output, on the fly inserting Python expressions and statements) is a frequent need, and YAPTU is a small but complete Python module for that; expressions and statements are identified by arbitrary user-chosen re
Single-pass Multiple Replace 1.4 This script shows you how to use the Python standard re module to perform single-pass multiple string substitution using a dictionary.
Wrapping template engine 1.0 It is not so easy to put template engine and the template itself together, and to separate logic and a template.
Latin1 to ASCII 1.0 This script takes a UNICODE string and replaces Latin-1 characters with something equivalent in 7-bit ASCII and returns a plain ASCII string. This function makes a best effort to convert Latin-1 characters into ASCII equivalents.