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AppScale is a platform that allows users to deploy and host their own Google
App Engine applications. It executes automatically over Amazon EC2 and
Eucalyptus as well as Xen and KVM. It has been developed and is maintained
by the RACELab at UC Santa Barbara. It supports the Python, Java, and Go
Google App Engine platforms.
Playground is a two dimensional physics simulation and game creation environment. it strives for extreme ease of use and intuitiveness while remaining extraordinarily customizable. It is written in Java 1.5 and was originally designed as school project by four University of California, Santa Barbara undergrads.
README Sudoku Solver ITASudoku Solver Ã¨ un port del programma originariamente sviluppato per O.S. Windows da Claudio Mura sotto licenza GNU. Lo scopo principale di questo homebrew Ã¨ quello di risolvere il famoso gioco di logica giapponese "Sudoku", compilando manualmente la griglia utilizzando il d-pad della Playstation. L'homebrew si divide in due modalitÃ : La prima modalitÃ prevede la risoluzione della griglia partendo da un file testuale "schema.txt", in esso i valori dello schema dovrann
Python wrappers for SBIG (tm) Universal DriverThis is a Python wrapper to SBIG (tm) Universal Driver libraries for Linux. The installation is easily done using setuptools easy_install script, which will check the required Python packages and install install any if necessary. easy_install python-sbigudrvTo install this package you will need: Numpy >= 1.0.3. SWIG (optionally, but recommended). Only if you need to regenerate the included pre-generated wrapper. libusb. It's widely available. It work
Intended to be a project for learning, RoboPhone also has some very practical applications. Any special features in store?We've all gone an seen the intro tutorials that show everyone how they can write their own SMS-based phone finder app, so why make this one? Well, the idea is that the basic functionality of replying to a secret phrase with a text containing the latitude/longitude of the phone is only the start. We can do so much more than that! Remote control of things like the ringer or set
Pyfacebook1. IntroductionPyfacebook is a Python client library for the Facebook Graph API. 2. RequirementsTo use Pyfacebook you must have Python and python-pyside installed. 3. Examplesimport pyfacebookalbum_id = "album id"app_id = "app id"pyfacebook.init(access_token=access_token,app_id=app_id,permission=permission) print pyfacebook.get_generic_access_token()print pyfacebook.User("me").object()#print the profile that created this album and the title of the album print "print the profile that cr