It’s been some time since Python 2.5 became stable and released. Version 2.5 has plenty of new features that have helped me in deciding that it was time to go ahead and start using it for primary development of all my new projects. One of the reasons I was still using version 2.4 is that […]
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For a couple years now, I’ve been learning and applying various tricks for developing and hosting multiple Python web sites on my development machines. During that time, I made a migration to Mac OS X. Most setup files for python applications and libraries work out of the box on the Linux distributions I’ve tried. For […]
Have you ever had a process that dies on occasion? For me, I hate that situation and prefer to fix the software as opposed to have a monitor that restarts the process when it dies. I’ve run into a case lately however, that has defied me for a solution to my dying process. I think […]
After completing the YUI Image Uploader, I received a lot of requests for a working example. I didn’t originally create a working example, because that requires server functionality that this server didn’t have. I’ve remedied the situation and have completed an example with TurboGears. Of course, any server side language or framework will do as […]
I’m working on a little task that compares the similarity of text documents. One of the most common methods of doing this is called the Vector Space Model. In short, you map words from the documents you want to compare onto a vector that is based on the words found in all documents. Then, you […]
I have a little task that involves programmatically determining whether DNS servers are set correctly for a domain. Since this project is written in Python, I first set out to see if there were any “whois” clients already available for Python. I eventually found rwhois.py, which is a whois client with recursive ability. I noticed […]