The dvdauthor module allows you to create a structure of menus, titles, and titlesets (including the VMGM menu) in an object-oriented manner. It can cross-reference commands (typically in <pre> and <post> tags in the dvdauthor .xml) with the actual location of a particular video. For example: "jump f:%s" % thismenu.id would be turned into "jump titleset 2 menu 3" if it was added to the second titleset as the third menu. This allows you to build complex interactive DVDs.
libmng-py is a Python wrapper around the libmng C library. It currently supports the most important parts of the library, and supports displaying and usage with the most popular toolkits (such as pygame and wxPython). It runs on Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows on all architectures on which ctypes also runs.
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.
PySTDF is a Python module which makes it easy to work with STDF (Teradyne's Standard Test Data Format). STDF is a commonly-used file format in semiconductor tests. Automated test equipment (ATE) from such vendors as Teradyne, Verigy, LTX, Credence, and others supports this format. PySTDF provides event-based stream parsing of STDF version 4, indexers that help structure the data into a more useful tabular form, and the ability to generate missing summary records or new types of derivative records. The parser architecture is very flexible and can easily be extended to support STDF version 3 and custom record types.
pytimeago is a small Python library that transforms the numerical difference between timestamps into human-readable strings like "3h ago" or "5 months ago". Such functionality is often present in email, issue tracking and other applications that display a number of items to the user. It is practical to briefly describe the age of a certain item.