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Binary Universal Form for the Representation of meteorological data (BUFR) is a binary data format maintained by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and used to store mostly meteorological data. This projects aim is to write a wrapper interface around the ECMWF BUFR library (Fortran) to allow use from python. Currently the following steps have been implemented: an easy to use setup.py script to build and install the module python2 and python3 source packages generated from the same code
The code is now also available at Github: https://github.com/arneb/django-messages A user-to-user messaging system for DjangoDjango-messages enables your users to send private messages to each other. It provides a basic set of functionality your would expect from such a system. Every user has an Inbox, an Outbox and a Trash. Messages can be composed and there is an easy url-based approach to preloading the compose-form with the recipient-user, which makes it extremly easy to put "send xyz a mess
SabreDAV 1.6.2We just released SabreDAV 1.6.2. This release fixes a couple of bugs. Read the Changelog for more details. SabreDAV 1.6Since the 1.6 release we've added a bunch of new features, and a ton of "under the hood" changes. It is fair to say that this release has seen the most effort yet. The main changes are: SabreDAV now requires PHP 5.3 SabreDAV is now a composer package. Check out http://getcomposer.org/ to find out what that means. Support for 'make this my card' in OS/X Addressbook.
You would then invoke `composer` to install dependencies per the previousexample.Using Git submodules--------------------Alternatively, you can install using native git submodules: git clone git://github.com/zendframework/ZendSkeletonApplication.git --recursiveWeb Server Setup----------------
GumPad started out as a simple text processor to convert several texts available in ITRANS (http://www.aczoom.com/itrans/) format into Telugu and Devanagari. While doing this, I noticed that the UNICODE code charts for Indian languages are structured in a way that most Indian languages can be easily transliterated amongst each other. I took advantage of this feature to support transliteration into Telugu and a few other languages. Of these, I am only familiar with Telugu and Hindi (Devanagari).