[TAG] English->American dictionary
jimregan at o2.ie
Fri Oct 14 05:42:50 MSD 2005
mso at oz.net wrote:
>>Jimmy O'Regan wrote:
>>>The thing Backpack (and Flickr, Del.icio.us, etc.) has going for it is
>>>that you can get everything you put into it back pretty easily:
>>>there's Net::Backpack for Perl, as well as modules in just about every
>>>other language you can think of (http://jf.backpackit.com/pub/73119).
>>>None of these services really strike me as things to worry about: set
>>>up a few cron jobs to back up your data, and if the service goes belly
>>>up, it's not too hard to extract your data again.
>>Hmm. It seems there are a few open source del.icio.us clones out there,
>>to suit most tastes.
>>Unalog (http://unalog.com/) is written in Python, and uses ZoDB,
>>Quixote, and a few other things Mike's probably familiar with.
>>Code here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=3645
>>Unalog has a number of unique features, such as direct export to XBEL.
> Er, I wasn't following this thread, but from the README it depends on:
> - quixote-1.2 (http://www.mems-exchange.org/software/quixote/)
> *Old* version of Quixote, not directly compatible with the current.
While I'm at it, you do know about TurboGears, don't you?
Think "Python on Rails". SQLObject (used by TurboGears) looks like the
proprietary database Ning use:
"SQLObject lets you define Python objects and then will automatically
generate all of the SQL to create the database and insert / update /
delete data as needed. Or, you can define a database and have SQLObject
generate the Python objects required to work with it. Either way,
working with the database becomes as easy as working with Python objects."
There's also Catalyst (Perl on Rails):
and... erm... PHP on Trax: http://phpontrax.com/
> - PyLucene-0.9.7+ (http://pylucene.osafoundation.org/)
> A Python library for Lucene, a fast full-text search engine.
Yeah, I'm aware of Lucene. There seems to be a version for every
language: Perl has Plucene, Mono has Lucene.Net.
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