xpython is a bundle that includes the Python interpreter and runtime and a number of libraries. It can be compiled into a single binary, thus simplifying software distributions without proper package management. The binary contains Python, wxWindows, SQLite, and a number of useful modules.
pg_greentrunk provides fundamental components of GreenTrunk, an interface protocol (API) for using a PostgreSQL database with Python. It provides an interface for implementations to use, and provides documentation in the form of Python modules to allow immediate access to object descriptions, even when inside a Python console.
hachoir-regex is a Python library for regular expression (regex or regexp) manupulation. You can use a|b (or) and a+b (and) operators. Expressions are optimized during the construction to merge ranges, simplify repetitions, etc. It also contains a class for pattern matching, allowing you to search multiple strings and regular expressions at the same time.
PMS/PyPubSub (short for Python Message Service / Python based Publish Subscribe) is a framework for implementing a publish subscribe mechanism into a Python application. A python process somewhere in the network publishes one or more topics which consist of Python objects. Multiple processes in the network can subscribe to fresh updates of the published topics. A publisher and its subsribers are fully decoupled. The datatype of a topic can be freely defined and changed at runtime. New publishers and subscribers can easily be added at runtime.
PyRapi provides a simple Python interface to the libraries of the SynCE project, which makes it possible to communicate with Windows CE devices. It includes CE_DirView.py, a script that provides access to a PocketPC with PyQt but does not require KDE or GNOME, and a client-server solution for accessing a PocketPC via a remote computer.