This is a python implementation of the SHA256 command-line program, for operating systems that lack it.
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This script “image for LaTeX” is meant for generating LaTeX figure environments of pictures.
By default, the pelican blog generator that I use creates a random tag cloud. I wanted one that was alphabetically sorted. So I modified the source code.
Since I am in the process of making most of my programs available on github, I have been re-shuffling the some git repositories. Especially my collection of scripts (small programs for different purposes). Because some of those scripts are private, I don’t want to publish that repository as a whole.
Today I watched Kenneth Reitz’s python for humans video. His statement that “API is all that matters” resonated with me because I sometimes struggle with that.
Then he mentioned that you should write the README first, before writing any code. This is something that I do sometimes, but not always thoroughly. So I decided to use this as an experiment to refactor my beammech module.
The deploy script is a program for managing configuration files. This script grew out of my need for a multi-functional installer for configuration files. I tend to keep those files in a separate git repository rather than changing my $HOME into a git repository.
This Python script is a small helper to open files from the command line. It was inspired by a OS X utility of the same name.
After updating the site generator that powers this website, I had to make some adjustments.
Sometimes I need to update my FreeBSD operating system. I prefer to do that from the source code, so that my customizations in (/etc/src.conf) remain.
At the writing of this article, I’m tracking the 10-STABLE branch. To start this, I removed the contents of /usr/src ...
More and more, IPython has become my tool of choice as the ultimate calculator and to try out concepts and code for use in my programs.
While I generally use the terminal-based interactive shell, notebooks offer more capabilities for integrating text, formulas and graphics.
With Python 2.7 effectively mostly ...