GNU Zile is a text editor development kit, so that you can (relatively) quickly develop your own ideal text editor without reinventing the wheel for many of the common algorithms and data-structures needed to do so.
It comes with an example implementation of a lightweight Emacs clone, called Zemacs. Every Emacs user should feel at home with Zemacs. Zemacs is aimed at small footprint systems and quick editing sessions (it starts up and shuts down instantly).
Zile is a collection of algorithms and data-structures that currently support all basic Emacs-like editing features: it is 8-bit clean (though Unicode support is not ready yet), and the number of editing buffers and windows is only limited by available memoryand screen space respectively. Registers, minibuffer completion and auto fill are available.
A Python module for writing context-free grammar parsers. Implements Earley shared packed parse forests and look-ahead LR parsing. Has multiple lexers. Builds parse trees automatically. Pure Python. Can generate stand-alone parsers as well. Acts more like a traditional parser than a new-school parser.
Outputs Tree() objects, Token(<type>, 'text') objects.
An NLP deep learning toolkit for building training pipelines. Tries to minimize the effort for constructing the training and inference stages. Defines modular building blocks of neural network components, and a suite of NLP models. The end goal is to make building a neural network as easy as playing with Legos. Supports English and Chinese.
The MAT2 is a set of tools for scrubbing the metadata (data about the origin and nature of files) from document files, images, audio recordings, and more. This data can be dangerous if anonymity is important to you.
Supports PNG, JPG, DOC, DOCX, PPT, ODT, TAR, BZ2, GZ, MP3, .torrent files, and too many others to list here.
An online toolkit for helping people in crisis.
A FOSS library and toolkit written in python for building a MUD, MUX, MUSH, or MUCK. Games are implemented as regular Python modules. telnet in or use the built-in webapp. Comes with a demo. Designed to let you worry about the bits that you really care about, and the framework gets out of your way. Everything from objects to players are implemented as OOP classes. Examine the parser in more detail?
Github repo: https://github.com/evennia/evennia
python module for recording, creating, and playing back web archives. Used to build Wayback Machines. Look into setting this up on Leandra so Antigone can make a better copy than Jackhammer can.
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