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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Changing face

I admit my lacks in web design, that’s why spent few hours playing w/ CSS. First looked at one really kool from cssZenGarden, then used some of its design ‘items’ and whacked a nice image w/ Gimp (rotate, matrix transforms, cut / paste) to make the header you can admire ...

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iAggregator, your favorite news by mail

Time to release ? iAggregator is an original and lightweight news aggregator, using your mail reader as GUI. Hey man, mutt rox.

Funny iAggregator features are:

  • supports all RSS formats through Mark Pilgrim modules (the parser has been rewrote using DOM instead of sgmllib)
  • possibility to define the frequency of feeds ...

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XMLObject 0.0.1

The first release of XMLObject is out. This is a small project I started after writting this post. I tried to apply on Pypi but it seems to be bugged w/ email sending :( Anyway annoucement on Freshmeat should come shortly :)

XMLObject is hosted on http://xmlobject.base-art.net/

— Enjoy !

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ALSA Pythonized

In ResPyre project context, Regis Prevot wrote a python binding for ALSA. Because I believe his work could be usefull for other developpers, here is a first version of alsamodule.

This first version supports ALSA mixer. You can get, change, mute, unmute volume on audio channels. Here is a little ...

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Of Python and XML

Obviously I’m not the first to believe in the power of Python to ease XML management. Of course there are DOM and SAX which are meant to provide uniform (whatever language we use) XML APIs. After using these for a little while, I’m now convinced OO features should ...

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