Curator is a powerful script that allows one to generate Web page image galleries with the intent of displaying photographic images on the Web, or for a CD-ROM presentation and archiving. It generates static Web pages only - no special configuration or running scripts are required on the server. The script supports many file formats, hierarchical directories, thumbnail generation and update, per-image description file with many fields, and 'tracks' of images spanning multiple directories. The templates consist of HTML with embedded Python. Running this script only requires a recent Python interpreter and the ImageMagick tools.
tengis is a bookmarks manager that uses keywords to create a graph of bookmarks, which can then be used for searching. The advantage is that the user doesn't have to choose a single tree node to put his bookmarks in and searching is easier. The implementation binds with external Web browsers, and its file format is extremely simple.
optcomplete is a Python module that provides programmable shell completion support for Python scripts that use the optparse module. It implements the Bash completion protocol, and a simple common shell function invokes the script to provide the completion suggestions. As an optparse parser already contains most of the useful information to provide completions, only two lines of code are required to provide basic support for completions to an existing script. It also allows the developer to provide per-option completion, etc.
Nabu is a simple framework that extracts chunks of various types of information from documents written in simple text files (written with reStructuredText conventions, parsed with docutils) and that stores this information (including the document) in a remote database for later retrieval. The processing and extraction of the document is handled on a server, and there is a small and simple client that is used to push the files to the server for processing and storage. The client requires only Python to work. The presentation layer is left unspecified: you can use whichever Web application framework you like.
Arnie is a simple system for making incremental backups to remote files. Backup archives can be optionally encrypted for untrusted online remote storage. It only requires Python 2.4 and provides two scripts: archive and restore. The system is extremely simple to set up, and a comprehensive test suite is provided.
i agree! this plugin has changed my music-listening experience! very stable and nice!
Re: This is too raw!
What version do you have?
Can't you send me an email instead of logging in a comment on the friggin' app.index page?
Can you try running the interpreter explicitly, perhaps the old python1.5 is still before 2.1 in your path?
The home page is full of information! Did you at least go there??? YOu know, the link just above in this page?
There is even a big link to the SOURCEFORGE BUG TRACKING system from the web page, you know, where it says "reporting bugs". Isn't it obvious enough?