Pysite is a tool written in Python to generate Web sites based on the contents of files in a given directory tree. It crawls through a specified directory tree looking for files matching certain configurable patterns (like intro, title-fr, and this-is-another-page-body), building up an output Web page for each set of files found. It features valid XHTML output, support for multiple language output, simple hierarchical templates (just put a template in a directory and it will be used for all subdirectories), and basic plaintext to XHTML conversion.
PyQStat is a fairly simple Python wrapper around QStat, an application designed to report server status for a wide variety of realtime game servers. PyQStat invokes QStat via os.popen and parses its XML output mode. Although primarily intended as an importable module for integrating QStat functionality into other applications, PyQStat can also be used from the command line.
The eGenix mxODBC Zope Database Adapter (Zope DA) allows you to easily connect your Zope installation to just about any database backend. Unlike Zope's ZODBC Zope DA, the mxODBC Zope DA works on Windows, Linux, and Solaris using the same interface. It implements thread-safe connection pooling and multiple physical connects per logical Zope connection. You can safely run Z SQL Methods in parallel, achieving much better performance than ZODBC Zope DA or similar database adapters under heavy load. This makes it ideal for deployment in clusters and hosting environments where stability and high performance are a priority.
PTOMMI is a package of Python scripts and modules for constructing Web-based client applications that interact with server-based MP3 collections. PTOMMI CGI applications implement flexible methods for users to browse music files, create and modify playlists of selected songs, search for songs based on song meta-data (including ID3v1 and ID3v2 tag contents), generate customized reports with user-defined report formats, and modify the contents of ID3 tag fields.
Pyndex is a simple and fast full-text indexer implemented in Python. Pyndex also includes an easy to use Bayesian classifier. It uses Metakit as its storage back-end. It works well for quickly adding a search feature to an application, and is also well suited to in-memory indexing and searching. It can handle phrase queries. It performs best in applications involving a few thousand documents, but its scaling is mostly limited by available memory.