bliptv.reader V1.0 released


I am pleased to announce Version 1.0 of bliptv.reader, a package for
easy access to videos hosted on blip.tv. You can get it via PyPI:
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/bliptv.reader
What is bliptv.reader

bliptv.reader is a Python wrapper around the API of video ... 

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Its called the Geometry "Helper" because I couldn't figure out how to find the orthocenter of a triangle using python. It solves everything up to the algebra part, that's where the human comes in. This is kinda experimental because I haven't tested everything out but so far it has 5 features.
Notes:
Finds the slope of a line
Can tell if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another
Finds the orthocenter of a triangle(kinda)
Can tell if a triangle is a right triangle
Finds the midpoint of a line
If you find bugs please tell me
If you know how to use algebra in python please tell me
It is a little sloppy, just thought that today's challenge would lead to the ease of tomorrow's geometry homework
Please help me with the bugs I have already found
Known Bugs:
When finding the slope sometimes it will spit out a zero instead of a fraction or a decimal
Has error's in finding slope when zero's are involved(It says "Cannot divide by 0" even when I solve it without having to divide by 0)
If you have any suggestions for the next version, please tell me
P.S:Don't run this in the IDLE unless you want a black window popping up every two seconds
Code:
import os
import platform
def clearer():
\t\tsystemver=platform.release()
\t\tif systemver=='XP':
\t\t\t\tos.system("cls")
\t\telif systemver=='Vista':
\t\t\t\tos.system("clear")
\t\telse:
\t\t\t\tos.system("clear")
def menu():
\t\tprint 'To find the slope of a line, press:1'
\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2'
\t\tprint 'To find the orthocenter of a triangle, press: 3'
\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press: 4'
\t\tprint 'To find the midpoint of a line, press: 5'
\t\tx = int(raw_input("What do you want to do: "))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tif x==1:
\t\t\t\tslope()
\t\tif x==2:
\t\t\t\tparaperp()
\t\tif x==3:
\t\t\t\tortho()
\t\tif x==4:
\t\t\t\tright()
\t\tif x==5:
\t\t\t\tmid()
\t\tif x > 4:
\t\t\t\tprint 'Please pick a number between 1 and 4'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\tif x < 1:
\t\t\t\tprint 'Please pick a number between 1 and 4'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tmenu()
def slope(): #Add error handling
\t\tx1 = int(raw_input("What is the first x coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tx2 = int(raw_input("What is the second x coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\ty1 = int(raw_input("What is the first y coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\ty2 = int(raw_input("What is the second y coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'Solving.....'
\t\tprint (y2  y1) / (x2  x1)
\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'To return to the menu, press:1'
\t\tprint 'To find another slope, press:2'
\t\tx = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tif x==1:
\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\tif x==2:
\t\t\t\tslope()
def paraperp():
\t\tprint 'If you have not found your two slopes, press: 1'
\t\tprint 'If you have already found your two slopes, press: Enter'
\t\tz = raw_input("What would you like to do:")
\t\tif z==1:
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tslope()
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'If one of your slopes are in decimal or fraction form, press:1'
\t\tprint 'If not, press: 2'
\t\ta = input('What would you like to do')
\t\tclearer()
\t\tif a==1:
\t\t\t\tperp()
\t\tif a==2:
\t\t\t\tperpa()
def perp():
\t\tq = int(raw_input('What is the numerator of the fraction:'))
\t\tw = int(raw_input('What is the denominator of the fraction:'))
\t\te = int(raw_input('What is the second slope:'))
\t\tr = q / w
\t\tif r.denominator==(e.numerator):
\t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are perpendicular'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp()
\t\tif r.numerator==(e.denominator):
\t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are perpendicular'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp()
\t\telse:
\t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are not perpendicular'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp()
def perpa():
\t\tx = int(raw_input("What is the first slope:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\ty = int(raw_input("What is the second slope:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'solving......'
\t\tif x==y:
\t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are parallel'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp()
\t\tif not x==y:
\t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are not perpendicular or parallel'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp()
def ortho():# First point is a,b 2nd is c,d third is e,f
\t\ta = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the first point:"))# let coords a,b = point A
\t\tclearer()
\t\tb = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the first point:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tc = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the second point:"))# let coords c,d = point B
\t\tclearer()
\t\td = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the second point:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\te = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the third point:"))# let coords e,f = point C
\t\tclearer()
\t\tf = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the third point:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tg = (d  b) / (c  a)#slope of line AB
\t\th = (f  b) / (e  a)#slope of line BC
\t\ti = (f  d) / (e  c)#slope of line AC
\t\t#begin defining midpoints
\t\tj = (a + c) / 2# x,y of midpoint of line AB
\t\tk = (b + d) / 2
\t\tl = (c + e) / 2#x,y of midpoint of line BC
\t\tm = (d + f) / 2
\t\tn = (e + a) / 2#x,y of midpoint of line AC
\t\to = (f + b) / 2
\t\tp = (m  b) / (l  a) # Slope of A and midpoint of BC
\t\tq = (o  d) / (n  c) # Slope of B and midpoint of AC
\t\tprint 'This is as far as I can take you my friend, as I can not do algebra, but I will show you the path to knowledge'
\t\tprint 'Let the first point you gave me = A'
\t\tprint 'Let the second point you gave me = B'
\t\tprint 'Let the third point you gave me = C'
\t\tprint 'Let the midpoint of BC = M'
\t\tprint 'Let the midpoint of AC = N'
\t\traw_input('Write this information down, then press enter')
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'The slope of AM is:'
\t\tprint p
\t\tprint 'The slope of BN is:'
\t\tprint q
\t\tprint 'Use the equation y=mx+b, I will break this down for you, the equation is:'
\t\tprint b
\t\tprint '='
\t\tprint p
\t\tprint a
\t\tprint '+ b'
\t\tprint 'Your jobs is to solve for b, then the you have the equation of AM'
\t\traw_input('Write this information down, then press enter')
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'Now use y=mx+b to find the equation for BN'
\t\tprint d
\t\tprint '='
\t\tprint q
\t\tprint c
\t\tprint '+ b'
\t\tprint 'Again, solve for b, then you have the equation for AM and BN'
\t\traw_input('Write this information down, then press enter')
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'Finally, to find the x,y of the orthocenter'
\t\tprint 'You write both equations equalling each other without the "y"(ex: mx+b=mx+b)'
\t\tprint 'That solved for x, now for y:'
\t\tprint 'Use one of your equations(doesnt matter which one) and plug in the x coordinate found in the last step to find y.'
\t\traw_input('You are done, press enter to continue')
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\tprint 'To find another orthocenter, press:2'
\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\tortho()
def mid():
\t\tx1 = int(raw_input("What is the first x coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tx2 = int(raw_input("What is the second x coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\ty1 = int(raw_input("What is the first y coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\ty2 = int(raw_input("What is the second y coordinate:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tprint 'Solving.....'
\t\tx = (x1 + x2) / 2
\t\ty = (y1 + y2) / 2
\t\tprint 'The x coordinate is:'
\t\tprint x
\t\tprint 'The y coordinate is'
\t\tprint y
\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\tprint 'To find another midpoint, press:2'
\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\tmid()
def right():
\t\ta = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the first point:"))# let coords a,b = point A
\t\tclearer()
\t\tb = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the first point:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tc = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the second point:"))# let coords c,d = point B
\t\tclearer()
\t\td = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the second point:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\te = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the third point:"))# let coords e,f = point C
\t\tclearer()
\t\tf = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the third point:"))
\t\tclearer()
\t\tg = (d  b) / (c  a)#slope of line AB
\t\th = (f  b) / (e  a)#slope of line BC
\t\ti = (f  d) / (e  c)#slope of line AC
\t\tif g.denominator==(h.numerator):#GH
\t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tright()
\t\tif g.numerator==(h.denominator):
\t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tright()
\t\tif g.denominator==(i.numerator):#GI
\t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tright()
\t\tif g.numerator==(i.denominator):
\t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tright()
\t\tif h.denominator==(i.numerator):#HI
\t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tright()
\t\tif h.numerator==(i.denominator):
\t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tright()
\t\telse:
\t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is not a right triangle'
\t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue')
\t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1'
\t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2'
\t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:"))
\t\t\t\tclearer()
\t\t\t\tif v==1:
\t\t\t\t\t\tmenu()
\t\t\t\tif v==2:
\t\t\t\t\t\tright()
menu() 

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Hi ,
I'm happy to announce that GMPY v1.03 has been released.
It is available at: http://code.google.com/p/gmpy/
What is GMPY
==================
GMPY is a Ccoded Python extension module that wraps the GMP library
to
provide to Python code fast multiprecision arithmetic (integer,
rational,
and float), random number generation, advanced numbertheoretical
functions, and more.
What is new
==================
* Two significant bugs on 64bit platforms have been fixed.
* Improved support for building on Mac OSX.
* Instructions for building on Windows are now included.
* Binary installers are provided for Windows, including Python 2.6.
* In addition, abinary installer using a version of GMP
specifically
optimized for Core2 processors is provided for Python 2.6.
Enjoy,
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The first nonbeta release of the Python Computer Graphics Kit is
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models or textures from within Python.
Even though the kit focuses on RenderMan, the new types or the
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mechanism such as OpenGL or other renderers such as POVRay.
The kit should run on any platform where Python (and a C/C++ compiler)
is available. Windows users can download a binary version for
Python 2.2 and Python 2.3.
What's new

Finished the previously incomplete modules and added the corresponding
documentation. For a list of other minor bug fixes and enhancements
see the change log.
There has been release 1.0 available for a couple of days but the
binary for Python 2.2 was broken and the source zip contained a
modified version of the pregenerated file cgtypes.c which didn't work
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,
I'm pleased to announce a new bugfix release of Pynakotheka.
Pynakotheka is a simple GPLlicensed python script which generates
static HTML photo albums to be added to web sites or to be burnt in CDs.
It includes some templates and it's easy to create more.
It depends on python, CheetahTemplate, EXIF and PIL.
Read more and download it from: http://inigo.katxi.org/devel/pynakotheka
or http://www.terra.es/personal7/inigoserna/pynakotheka
Changes from v1.0.1 to v1.0.2:
==============================
* now albums are sorted by creation time
As always, all comments, suggestions etc. are welcome.
Best regards,

Iņigo Serna
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out there,
I'm really pleased to announce the second public release of Pynakotheka.
Pynakotheka is a simple GPLlicensed python script which generates
static HTML photo albums to be added to web sites or to be burnt in CDs.
It includes some templates and it's easy to create more.
It depends on python, CheetahTemplate, EXIF and PIL.
Read more and download it from: http://inigo.katxi.org/devel/pynakotheka
or http://www.terra.es/personal7/inigoserna/pynakotheka
Changes from v1.0 to v1.0.1
===========================
* distutils support. Now you can install pynakotheka
* added a man page
* fixed some typos in templates
Of course, all comments, suggestions etc. are welcome.
Best regards,

Iņigo Serna
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Leo 4.4.6 fixes several recently reported bugs, all minor.
Leo is a text editor, data organizer, project manager and much more. See:
http://webpages.charter.net/edreamleo/intro.html
The highlights of Leo 4.4.6:

 Fixes all known ... 

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We are proud to announce the release of Resolver One, version 1.0 
the largest IronPython application in the world, we think, at 30,000
lines of production code backed up by 110,000 lines of unit and
functional tests.
Resolver One ... 

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We're happy to announce version 3.0.3 of Wing IDE, an advanced development
environment for the Python programming language. It is available from:
http://wingware.com/downloads
This release focuses on fixing some usability issues found in Wing 3.0.2,
including fixes for input ... 

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Leo 4.4.6 beta 2 is available at:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...ckage_id=29106
Leo 4.4.6 fixes several recently reported bugs, all minor.
Leo is a text editor, data organizer, project manager and much more. See:
http://webpages.charter.net/edreamleo/intro.html
The highlights of Leo 4.4.6:

 Fixes all ... 

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I am pleased to announce GNUmed 0.2.8.1.
GNUmed is a comprehensive scalable software solution for electronic medical
practices with an emphasis on privacy protection, secure patient centric
record sharing, decision support, and ease of use. It is intended to become ... 

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We are pleased to announce the first alpha version of PyAMF.
PyAMF [1] is a lightweight library that allows Flash and Python
applications to communicate via Adobe's ActionScript Message Format.
A summary of features in this release:
* AMF0 and ... 

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CodeInvestigator version 0.6.2 was released on December 10.
This version catches generate exceptions: Runs did not show when the
generate failed.
And a bug was fixed where variables did not underline when another
iteration was selected.
CodeInvestigator is a tracing ... 

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ANN: cocos2d v0.3.0 released
get it at: http://cocos2d.org
see our 45 minutes presentation of cocos2d at:
http://blip.tv/file/1075646/
Whats new:

v0.3.0  September 5th, 2008
 Added particle systems: Sun, Fire, Fireworks, Meteor, Galaxy,
Flower, Exposion, Spiral
 Added lerp ... 

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Sunday 25th November 2012

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