30 projects tagged "Python 2.7"

Download Website Updated 22 Apr 2012 Pyama

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Pyama is a system and network monitoring application for desktop Linux users. It gives end users a broader view of what is happening on their systems. The basic idea is to give Linux users an application which can monitor systems like many commercial antivirus HIDS.

Download Website Updated 10 May 2012 turses

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turses is a console Twitter client with a curses interface. It's based on Tyrs by Nicolas Paris. The goal of the project is to build a full-featured, lightweight, and extremely configurable Twitter client.

Download Website Updated 10 Jun 2012 CrutziPlayer

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CrutziPlayer is a standalone player for NPAPI-based browser plugins (e.g., Flash). It provides external, hardware accelerated fullscreen scaling using XComposite, Cairo, and XFixes. It's a good solution, for example, for playing browser games fullscreen on Linux, as it autodetects the original .swf content size.

Download Website Updated 15 Nov 2012 pyscmpd

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pyscmpd is a music player daemon designed for use on Raspberry Pis. It implements a subset of the MPD protocol, but instead of serving local MP3 files, it connects to SoundCloud.com and serves the streams found there. It supports a huge number of front-end clients through MPD, including ncmpcpp and Sonata. It allows you to configure which parts of SoundCloud are made available for browsing by defining categories and adding groups or users to them.

No download Website Updated 29 May 2014 awlsim

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Awlsim is a Step 7 AWL/STL/PLC simulator. Depending on the host machine and the Python interpreter used, it achieves good performance of several thousand to millions of AWL/STL instructions per second. S7-300 and S7-400 CPUs (with 2 and 4 accus) are supported.

No download Website Updated 12 Dec 2012 Clacks Framework

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The Clacks Framework enables implementators to abstractly manage infrastructure entities, such as users, groups, machines and structure items. These are freely defineable and mappable to various backends like LDAP or MongoDB. Additionally it can handle joined clients, collect inventory data, and manage these clients in various ways. All information, API, and events are exposed on an AMQP message bus, and can be used by shell scripts, Web GUIs, etc.

Download No website Updated 24 Dec 2012 ECommands

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ECommands is intended to make it easy to execute commands over Unix/Linux Servers using a Web interface. It was implemented completely in Python and Django, and it will work from automation processes to generalization commands. It allows centralized administration, better understanding of repetitive and complex operating systems commands, connections made over SSH to multiple servers using a Web console, auditory feedback over the execution of commands processes on servers, multiple users and permissions, easy installation on 64-bit Linux, grouping commands, and more.

No download No website Updated 22 Jan 2013 Lazyweb tweets

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Lazyweb tweets is a simple Web site that allows you to visualize all tweets with the #lazyweb hashtag in cards or panels. It is intended to be used by people who want to help people requesting information or recommendations about a certain topic.

No download No website Updated 18 Jun 2013 nimsg

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nimsg (the Network Instant MeSsenGer) is a compact, server-based chat program. Its features include the ability to chat with more than one person at the same time, the ability to post multiple times in a row, and the ability to let users choose their in-chat nicknames. It can be used as an alternative for IRC, for those times where you just want to have a small, local chat room.

No download No website Updated 06 Jul 2013 Bibulous

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Bibulous is a drop-in BibTeX replacement based on style templates. It provides all of the functionality of BibTeX, while adding the ability to work with large-scale databases, multilingual data, localized sorting, and a lot more. Its outstanding feature is that users can define new bibliographic styles in a matter of minutes without mastering the details of any user guide and without needing to understand the underlying code. This is possible through the use of style templates, which are ideal structures for defining the format of a bibliography.

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Sagan

The high performance, multi-threaded log analysis engine.

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MQ Channel Auto Creation Manager

A MQ CHAD exit.