Merry Christmas !

Are you happy with your christmas presents ? Were you a good boy/girl during 2004 year ? I have one more for those of you who don’t have a GMail account yet :)

A GMail invite for first 10 comment posts on this article. Don’t forget to supply an email ...

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About PyRXP

PyRXP claims to be the fastest Python XML parser around… but this has a price. Once XML is parsed, you get a tree structured as tuples, lists and dictionnaries. While this is very Pythonic, it’s not so trivial to write/read code handling such a tree.

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progressCopy

I use to deal with large files under the console (copying iso images, videos) but cp doesn’t display much informations. Few days ago i read a post from Richard Jones who wrote a very nice iterator aimed to display ETA informations about tasks on the console. So, here comes ...

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XMLObject mutates to EaseXML

In a previous post, i was discussing about Project name clashing. Since then i decided to find a new name for the Python/XML data binding project i’m maintaining … Which is EaseXML !

EaseXML 0.2.0 is out. I hope it won’t collapse with another project now :)

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Shut up, noisy computer !

Now computers tend to be more and more silent, even servers (have a look at latest Dell ones) become noiseless. I had a quite peacefull mini-computer (EPIA M9000 + Cubid 2699) during more than one year, but it wasn’t really fanless (1 8mm noisy fan, 2 short-life 8mm case-fans), though ...

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Don’t you have your XMLObject yet ? oh sweet heart :(

Via DailyPython URL!

Gre7g Luterman: XMLObject_ [XMLObject is a Python module that simplifies the
handling of XML streams by converting the data into objects.]

That’s kind of fun and reminds me the story about Python ALSA wrappers. People do things in their corner. And the final lambda user get ...

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Python ALSA People out-there ?

Python wrappers to ALSA seem to grow .. I’ve found 3 of them, including pyAlsa which is the first (correct me if i’m wrong). Anyway i believe there’s a need of merge between all of them .. why duplicate stuff if we can find a way to build a ...

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Database replicata

I’m having few issues with the db (sqlite powered) behind this blog. So it’s necessary to migrate it to another DBMS (like PostgreSQL). The problem is that SQLite is a bit too light :) Fortunately, Alinea is using SQLObject to manage its database. So migration is trivial and can ...

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