Musings & ramblings of a Pythonista
I have been doing a lot of regular expression parsing at work. Writing regular expressions are hard, and testing it is even harder. Regexpal and Debuggex are some of the popular web based Regular expression testing tools available. Inspired by the idea behind these tools, I wrote a simple cross-platform regular expression tester, RegexMate in PyQt. Initial version of RegexMate can highlight matches, groups and supports some regex flags as ...
Whoever using Emacs as their primary text-editor would have liked the Org mode. As the Org website puts it:-
Org mode is for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, planning projects, and authoring documents with a fast and effective plain-text system.
Org mode allows you to create documents with a simple syntax. Different headers/sections in the document can be represented by a
* symbol. A single
* corresponds to an
<h1> block ...
I have been adding a few useul features to Voldemort for the last few months and it did come out pretty good. It now sports automatic Atom Feed and sitemap generation, thanks to the contibutions from my friend Stanislav Yudin. Here are the highlights.
paginate: Truein the page metadata section.
Voldemort is a blog-aware static site generator inspired by Jinja2. All these times this blog was generated using Jekyll and I always wanted to use something Pythonic. Hyde was there, but the awesomeness of Jinja2 forced me to write Voldemort on my own.
Voldemort has its own advantages. You can templatize your HTML pages using Jinja and write posts using Markdown. And if you like this website, then you've ...
Tux Paint is a drawing software for children that provides a kids-like user interface. Tuxpaint does have some nice tools integrated in it which helps the kids to create their drawing masterpieces using a computer. Simply speaking its the GIMP for kids of 3-12 years.
But what I was excited about Tux Paint is the availability of Magic Tool Plug-in API using which you can create Magic Tools that creates ...