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ANN: uid.py 1.0.2 -- Configurable unique ID generation

Summary Configurable unique ID generation. Overview Provided is an implementation of a "unique" ID (UID) generator in Python. The implementation does not follow UUID or GUID standards, but rather uses available system, host, user, shell environment, process, and other ephemeral ...
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SC-Track Roundup 0.6.5 - an issue tracking system

================================================= SC-Track Roundup 0.6.5 - an issue tracking system ================================================= I'm pleased to announce this maintenance release of Roundup which fixes some bugs: - mailgw handles of subject-line errors better - allow serving of FileClass file content when the class ...
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Re: Help me on function definition

"aeneng" wrote in message news:fsk739+ff60@eGroups.com... | def cross(u,v) | """input two vectors u and v in 3-D space, | output a cross product of vector w, in column or in row | accordingly.""" | ppp1,ppp2,ppp3=0.0,0.0,0.0 To add to other ...
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Using unittest for benchmarking / speed improvements

Hi! As knows, using unittests to monitor and improve the correctness of code is really handy. Is there a good system for using unittests to monitor / improve the _speed_ of code I.e. I would like a system which ...
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Can my own objects support tuple unpacking?

, So, I am new to python, but I always like to learn the ins and outs of a language by trying to understand how everything fits together. Anyway, I am trying to figure out how tuple unpacking behavior works. ...
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Announce: Zope 2.7.0 beta 3 released

Zope 2.7.0 represents a concentration on software configuration and installation improvement over older versions. Note that Zope 2.7 now requires Python 2.3.2. You may download Zope 2.7.0b3 from Zope.org at: http://www.zope.org/Products/Zope/2.7.0b3/2.7.0b3 Particular features of interest in Zope 2.7.0: - DBTab ...
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Partial Function Application and implicit self problem

, I am using Partial Function Application in a class and I've come up with a problem, when the method is called it tries to pass "self" to the curried/partial function, but this should be the first argument in reality, ...
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SC-Track Roundup 0.5.9 - an issue tracking system

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 ================================================= SC-Track Roundup 0.5.9 - an issue tracking system ================================================= This is a bugfix (and performance) release for version 0.5.x - if you're upgrading from before 0.5, you *must* read doc/upgrading.txt! Unfortunately, the Zope ...
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announcing allmydata.org "Tahoe", the Least-Authority Filesystem, v1.0

Folks: This open source project is written entirely in Python, except of course for the performance-intensive or system-integration parts that are written in C/C++ -- things like erasure coding and encryption. Python has served as well. It is elegant enough ...
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eval and unicode

How can I specify encoding for the built-in eval function Here is the documentation: http://docs.python.org/lib/built-in-funcs.html It tells that the "expression" parameter is a string. But tells nothing about the encoding. Same is true for: execfile, eval and compile. The basic ...
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PyTuple_Check and other type check functions didn't check the NULLpointer

I was writing some C extensions for Python and use PyTupleType_Check extensively. I found that all the PySomeType_Check macros directly delegate the job to PyObject_TypeCheck(op, &PyType_Type). The PyObject_TypeCheck(op, &PyType_Type) is again a macro and defined as ((ob)->ob_type == (tp) || ...
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Re: Comunicate processes with python

Adrin Bravo Navarro wrote: >> Is there any simple way to achieve this goal We've been thinking of >> sockets but Im not conviced at all with that. If you want to communicate between processes on the same host, yes, ...
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Re: Green's Function

"olusina eric" wrote in message news:501978.67770.qm@web53602.mail.re2.yahoo.com... | I am new to Python and trying to solve the Hamiltonian of a linear chair of atoms using green's function. | Does anyone know any pre-existing library functions and literature that could ...
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Short confusing example with unicode, print, and __str__

I really don't understand the following behavior: >>> class C(object): .... def __init__(self, s): self.s = s .... def __str__(self): return self.s .... >>> cafe = unicode("Caf\xe9", "Latin-1") >>> c = C(cafe) >>> print "Print using c.s:", c.s Print using ...
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Re: Cant run application as ./myapp.py

En Mon, 03 Mar 2008 10:35:30 -0200, Robert Rawlins escribi: > I've got an application here which for some reason won't start using the > following syntax from the command line: > > > Cd /mydirectory > > ./MyApplication.py ...
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tcp functions

is there a module for tcp functions or any other quick way to connect, listen, send and recieve from tcp
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bin2chr("01110011") # = 15 function ?

H! I'm searching for a simple bin2chr("01110011") function that can convert all my 8bit data to a chr so I can use something like this: def bin(i): l = ['0000', '0001', '0010', '0011', '0100', '0101', '0110', '0111', '1000', '1001', '1010', ...
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Script Running Time

, I am trying to find a way to output how long a script took to run. Obviously the print would go at the end of the script, so it would be the time up till that point. I also ...
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C function in a Python context

To write quick C things that Python won't do up to speed. So it's got a redundancy. import ext extA= ext.Ext() extA[ 'enumfactors' ]= r""" int enumfactors( int a, const char* sep ) { int ret= 0, i; for( i= ...
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