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pampy/README.md at master · santinic/pampy · GitHub
Pampy is pretty small (150 lines), reasonably fast, and often makes your code more readable and hence easier to reason about. 
python  matching  library  regex 
4 weeks ago by stephan.poetschner
Home Page - WeasyPrint
WeasyPrint is a smart solution helping web developers to create PDF documents. It turns simple HTML pages into gorgeous.
pdf  html  Python 
5 weeks ago by stephan.poetschner
loguru/README.rst at master · Delgan/loguru · GitHub
Loguru is a library which aims to bring enjoyable logging in Python.
python  logging 
5 weeks ago by stephan.poetschner
pendulum/README.rst at master · sdispater/pendulum · GitHub
Pendulum provides a cleaner and more easy to use API while still relying on the standard library. So it's still datetime but better.
python  datetime 
6 weeks ago by stephan.poetschner
Introduction · Bowler
Bowler is a refactoring tool for manipulating Python at the syntax tree level. It enables safe, large scale code modifications while guaranteeing that the resulting code compiles and runs.
python  refactor 
11 weeks ago by stephan.poetschner
petname · PyPI
**petname** − a utility to generate "pet names", consisting of a random combination of adverbs, an adjective, and an animal name

This utility will generate "pet names", consisting of a random combination of an adverb, adjective, and an animal name. These are useful for unique hostnames or container names, for instance.

As such, PetName tries to follow the tenets of Zooko’s triangle. Names are:

- human meaningful
- decentralized
- secure

$ petname
wiggly-yellowtail
python 
october 2018 by stephan.poetschner
Using pbr | Python Build Reasonableness
A library for managing setuptools packaging needs in a consistent manner.

pbr reads and then filters the setup.cfg data through a setup hook to fill in default values and provide more sensible behaviors, and then feeds the results in as the arguments to a call to setup.py - so the heavy lifting of handling Python packaging needs is still being done by setuptools.

To understand what pbr can do for you, it’s probably best to look at two projects: one using pure setuptools, and another using pbr. First, let’s look at the setuptools project.
python  packaging 
october 2018 by stephan.poetschner
faust/README.rst at master · robinhood/faust
Faust is a stream processing library, porting the ideas from Kafka Streams to Python.

It is used at Robinhood to build high performance distributed systems and real-time data pipelines that process billions of events every day.

Faust provides both stream processing and event processing, sharing similarity with tools such asKafka Streams, Apache Spark/Storm/Samza/Flink,
python 
august 2018 by stephan.poetschner
uvloop — uvloop Documentation
uvloop is a fast, drop-in replacement of the built-in asyncio event loop.
python  async 
august 2018 by stephan.poetschner
Python Prompt Toolkit 2.0 — prompt_toolkit 2.0.3 documentation
prompt_toolkit is a library for building powerful interactive command line and terminal applications in Python
python 
june 2018 by stephan.poetschner
Dask: Scalable analytics in Python
Dask provides advanced parallelism for analytics, enabling performance at scale for the tools you love
python  data  pandas  numpy 
april 2018 by stephan.poetschner
Black Online Demo
Black is the uncompromising Python code formatterby Łukasz Langa
python 
april 2018 by stephan.poetschner
Zappa/README.md at master · Miserlou/Zappa · GitHub
Zappa makes it super easy to build and deploy server-less, event-driven Python applications (including, but not limited to, WSGI web apps) on AWS Lambda + API Gateway. 
aws  deployment  python 
march 2018 by stephan.poetschner
GitHub - kennethreitz/requests-html: HTML Parsing for Humans™
This library intends to make parsing HTML (e.g. scraping the web) as simple and intuitive as possible
python  scraping  kennethreitz  github 
february 2018 by stephan.poetschner
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