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PyTS3Do you want to work with your TS3 server? You hasn't fun to parse the ansers of the server? With PyTS3 you can use query commands very simple and fast. Now under a new Site: http://bitbucket.org/ChristophHeer/pyts3/
Introduction to Algorithms, 2nd edition by Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest and Stein contains numerous examples written in pseudocode. This project implements each of these pseudocode examples in Python. This project is useful for learning Python and algorithms. Ideally, someone using the Introduction to Algorithms textbook could follow the examples in Python rather than learning the text's form of pseudocode.
From the Active Resource README: Active Resource attempts to provide a coherent wrapper object-relational mapping for REST web services. It follows the same philosophy as Active Record, in that one of its prime aims is to reduce the amount of code needed to map to these resources. PyActiveResource aims to be a comprehensive translation of Active Resource in Python. pyactiveresource mailing list
snake-guice is a simple, lightweight Python dependency injection framework based on google-guice. The Guice way of doing things is quite a bit different than the current breed of XML IoC containers. This is experimental code. APIs will likely change and implementation will definitely change. This documentation is a work in progress. For general information on the Guice concepts you may want to take a look at the google-guice project documentation. Just mentally translate the Java examples to Pyt
This project is no longer active, but the code runs just fine. If you're looking for a simple way to implement neural networks with Python, you have reached your destination. Description:Implementation of neural networks using python. The library has been conceived to be as flexible as possible, making it very easy to add new activation and update functions. Have a look at the "example" directory to learn how to use npy. Possible enhancements and refactorings:Setters and getters are not very pyt