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drathier/stack-overflow-import: Import arbitrary code from Stack Overflow as Python modules.
"Do you ever feel like all you’re doing is copy/pasting from Stack Overflow?

Let’s take it one step further.

from stackoverflow import quick_sort will go through the search results of [python] quick sort looking for the largest code block that doesn’t syntax error in the highest voted answer from the highest voted question and return it as a module. If that answer doesn’t have any valid python code, it checks the next highest voted answer for code blocks."

Oh good lord.
github  programming  python  stackoverflow  devloper 
august 2017 by infovore
algorithmic-music-exploration/amen: A toolbox for algorithmic remixing, after Echo Nest Remix
"A toolbox for algorithmic remixing, after Echo Nest Remix." Oh, hello. And, wonderful as remix was, the fact this is _local_ feels exciting.
music  python  sampling  remix 
may 2016 by infovore
Curveship: Interactive Fiction + Interactive Narrating
"Curveship is an interactive fiction system that provides a world model (of characters, objects, locations, and things that happen) while also modeling the narrative discourse, so that the narration and description of the simulated world can change. Curveship can tell events out of order, using flashback and other techniques, and can tell the story from the standpoint of particular characters and their perceptions and understandings." This looks both bonkers and brilliant.
if  interactivefiction  narrative  stories  python  games  writing 
february 2011 by infovore
Suicidator City Generator: a procedural city creation script for Blender
"Suicidator City Generator (SCG) is a Python script for Blender... With it, you can automatically create entire, three-dimensional modern cities in a matter of seconds by adjusting various parameters, such as city size and complexity, rather than creating each building, each street, and each texture manually." Lovely; the preview video should give you a good idea of its capabilities.
urban  city  infrastructure  blender  3d  graphics  python  plugin 
june 2010 by infovore
Jure Cuhalev » Blog Archive » Graphication on OS X (with pycairo)
"Since I’m an OS X user, I decided to make the whole thing work on my system – Leopard 10.5.6 at the time of this writing. Here are the notes, mostly for my reference and because it might be also useful to others:" God yes; setting up cairo on my Mac proved a nightmare last year.
code  graphics  cairo  python  osx  configuration  howto 
july 2009 by infovore
In search of the click track « Music Machinery
"I’ve always been curious about which drummers use a click track and which don’t, so I thought it might be fun to try to build a click track detector using the Echo Nest remix SDK." Analysing tempo fluctuation on a variety of popular recordings to find out who uses a click track; as you might have guessed, Ringo and John Bonham didn't.
audio  music  sound  analysis  api  python  clicktrack  drummers  rhythm 
march 2009 by infovore
Warcraft guild achievements as RSS -
"...once WoLK came out and half the guild went completely insane and started chasing the really silly achievements, it was clear we were going to need an RSS feed of the things. So I built one. It’s based on the Armory, like most WoW tools, and is a complete kludge, like most of my tools. But here are my notes anyway." Hurrah! Tom wrote his magic tool up. It's great, it's daft, and I love the Armory's crazy XML. Alas, my achievements are few and far between...
games  feeds  wow  worldofwarcraft  data  scripting  python  unassignedvariable  armory 
february 2009 by infovore
SwitchPipe - Process Manager and Proxy for Rapid Web App Deployment
"SwitchPipe is a proof of concept "Web application server" or, more accurately, a Web application process manager and request proxy." Wow. Peter Cooper comes good on his "RBoss" concept. Could be interesting to see if there's mileage in this.
ruby  python  webapplication  hosting  deployment  web  server  rails  django 
february 2008 by infovore
Yahoo! Developer Network - Parse XML using Python
"If the API you are using does not yet offer JSON output you can take advantage of Python's excellent XML support." Going to need this too, I think
xml  parsing  python  development  programming 
september 2007 by infovore
Django Master Class
Handouts for the tutorial given at OSCON, July 23th, 2007. Looks like a great talk.
django  python  programming  development  tutorial 
july 2007 by infovore
Introducing templatemaker |
Template maker is "a Python library for extracting data from similarly formatted text strings." Looks super-useful.
python  scraping  text  processing  utility 
july 2007 by infovore
The Django Book
The Django Book is now in beta, and it's looking great - the JavaScript annotation system in particular is a delight. I'm really looking forward to seeing this develop.
django  python  development  book  framework  programming  reference 
november 2006 by infovore
MySpace parser
Tom Dyson writes a MySpace parser in Python out of Beautiful Soup. Delightful - and really, really useful.
myspace  python  parser  html  scraping 
july 2006 by infovore
Good article on unicode. Plus, I *love* the representation of the date-breadcrumbs in the header
unicode  python  postgresql 
november 2005 by infovore
jamwt {Py-TOC}
Python module for AIM chatboats
AIM  instantmessaging  python  chatbot 
july 2005 by infovore

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