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pythonnet - Python for

  •    CSharp

Python for .NET is a package that gives Python programmers nearly seamless integration with the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) and provides a powerful application scripting tool for .NET developers. It allows Python code to interact with the CLR, and may also be used to embed Python into a .NET application.Python for .NET allows CLR namespaces to be treated essentially as Python packages.

bidict - Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map data structures and related functionality.

  •    Python

Efficient, Pythonic bidirectional map implementation and related functionality. For more usage documentation, head to the intro [1] and proceed from there.

rust-python-example - Example of using Rust to Extend Python

  •    Python

Rust is a systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety. There are a bunch of Rust packages out there to help you extending Python with Rust.

cinje - A Pythonic and ultra fast template engine DSL.

  •    Python

Cinje is a modern, elegant template engine constructed as a Python domain specific language (DSL) that integrates into your applications as any other Python code would: by importing them. Your templates are transformed from their source into clean, straightforward, and understandable Python source prior to the Python interpreter compiling it to bytecode. It's a word from the constructed language Lojban. A combination of Hindi "Ĺ›ikana", English "wrinkle", and Chinese "zhé". It translates as "is a wrinkle/crease/fold [shape] in". It's also a Hungarian noun representing the posessive third-person singular form of "cin", meaning "tin". The "c" makes a "sh" sound, the "j" makes a "jy" sound almost like the "is" in "vision". Correct use does not capitalize the name except at the beginning of sentences.

mongo - Light-weight utilities to augment, not replace the Python MongoDB driver.

  •    Python

Marrow Mongo is a collection of small, focused utilities written to enhance use of the PyMongo native MongoDB driver without the overhead, glacial update cycle, complexity, and head-space requirements of a full active record object document mapper. Additionally, it provides a very light-weight database connection plugin for the WebCore web framework and Python standard logging adapter to emit logs to MongoDB. Additional documentation is provided in the form of an online reference manual.

WebCore - WebCore, the super tiny and blazingly fast modular Python web nanoframework.

  •    Python

WebCore is a nanoframework, a fraction of the size of competing "microframeworks", and culmination of more than ten years of web development experience. It provides a clean API for standard points of extension while strongly encouraging model, view, controller separation. Being less than 400 source lines of code (SLoC; excluding comments and documentation) and containing more comments and lines of documentation than lines of code, WebCore is built to be insanely easy to test, adapt, and use, allowing any developer familiar with programming (not just Python programming) to be able to read and understand the entirety of the framework in an evening. Really; that's it. (It can be made into one line if you're willing to make the import ugly using __import__.) The Application class represents a standard Python WSGI application, the rest is up to you to pick the components that best fit your own needs.

accessibility - A Python C Extension that wraps the Accessibility API for Mac OS X.

  •    C

accessibility is a Python module that wraps the Accessibility API for Mac OS X. It can be used to query and modify attributes of running applications, as well as watch for a variety of notifications. The source code and several examples (in the examples directory) are hosted on GitHub. The module should compile under recent versions of both Python 2 and 3, and work with Mac OS X 10.8.x and 10.9.x. In addition, to compile the module on version 10.9.0 or later of OS X, you will need to have the Xcode IDE installed.

hacky - Low level CPython tinkering utils.

  •    C

Python hacking suite. There are 7 links on this instance and also we get correct address of type int located in memory.

pyo3-pack - Build and publish crates with pyo3, rust-cypthon or (c)ffi bindings as python packages

  •    Rust

Build and publish crates with pyo3, rust-cpython or (c)ffi bindings as python packages. This project was meant as a zero configuration replacement for setuptools-rust. It supports building wheels for python 2.7 and 3.5+ on windows, linux and mac and can upload them to pypi.

python-cmake-buildsystem - A cmake buildsystem for compiling Python

  •    CMake

A replacement buildsystem for CPython. You can pass options to CMake to control the way Python is built. You only need to give each option once - they get saved in CMakeCache.txt. Pass options on the commandline with -DOPTION=VALUE, or use the "ccmake" gui.

steering-council - Communications from the Steering Council


This repo contains activity updates, process, and planning information for the Python Steering Council. These updates provide high level information about the Steering Council's activities.

scikit-build - Improved build system generator for CPython C, C++, Cython and Fortran extensions

  •    Python

Improved build system generator for CPython C/C++/Fortran/Cython extensions. Better support is available for additional compilers, build systems, cross compilation, and locating dependencies and determining their build requirements.

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