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2<py:page path="" xmlns:py="http://xmlns.livinglogic.de/Python" xmlns="http://xmlns.livinglogic.de/xist/ns/doc">
3<p>This pages host several Open Source Python packages and modules developed
4by LivingLogic.</p>
5
6<ul>
7<li><em><pyref module="ll.xist">ll.xist</pyref></em> is an &html;/&xml;
8generator that's easy to extend with new elements. (These pages are
9generated with &xist;)</li>
10<li><em><pyref module="ll.url">ll.url</pyref></em>, a module that implements
11an RFC2396 compatible &url; class.</li>
12<li><em><pyref module="ll.make">ll.make</pyref></em> is an object oriented
13make replacement.</li>
14<li><em><pyref module="ll.daemon">ll.daemon</pyref></em> is a module that
15can be used on UNIX to fork a daemon process.</li>
16<li><em><pyref module="ll.sisyphus">ll.sisyphus</pyref></em> is a module that
17simplifies running Python stuff in cron jobs.</li>
18<li><em><pyref module="ll.color">ll.color</pyref></em> handles RGB color
19values and conversion between different color models.</li>
20<li><em><pyref module="ll.xpit">ll.xpit</pyref></em> is a module that
21can be used for simple text templating. You can embed Python expressions in text
22and these expressions will be evaluated.</li>
23<li><em><pyref module="ll.ul4c">ll.ul4c</pyref></em> is a crossplatform
24templating language.</li>
25<li><em><pyref module="ll.orasql">ll.orasql</pyref></em> contains a few
26utilities for working with <a href="http://www.python.net/crew/atuining/cx_Oracle/"><app>cx_Oracle</app></a>.</li>
27<li><em><pyref module="ll.misc">ll.misc</pyref></em> contains common
28functionality used by the other packages.</li>
29<li><em><a href="aplora/index.html">Aplora</a></em> is a script that
30can be used with Apaches piped logging facility to log &http; requests to
31an Oracle database.</li>
32<li><em><a href="pycoco/index.html">Pycoco</a></em> builds the
33Python interpreter from the current Python source, runs the test suite and
34generates an &html; report about the code coverage.</li>
35</ul>
36</py:page>
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