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pyjamas

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

pyjamas is a port of Google's GWT to Python. It provides a stand-alone python-to-javascript compiler, an AJAX framework and library and a Widget Set framework that looks very similar to Desktop widget sets such as pyqt4 and pygkt2. With pyjamas, rich media applications can be written entirely in ... [More] python that run in all major web browsers. As of version 0.6, Pyjamas Desktop is now included by default, making it possible to run pyjamas python applications - unmodified - as native python Desktop applications. All HTML, CSS and plugin features are still available, even in the browser version, thanks to the use of browser engine technology. WebKit, XULRunner and MSHTML are the three current available options. [Less]

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ThunderBayes

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  Analyzed about 23 hours ago

ThunderBayes++ integrates SpamBayes and Python in Thunderbird for Windows, Linux and Macintosh within a single XPI extension. More than just redistribution, ThunderBayes++ adds new features and fixes serious problems in the original SpamBayes to ensure the best stabilities for you

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MinimizeToTray revived (MinTrayR)

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  Analyzed 5 days ago

MinTrayR is a replacement for the popular MinimizeToTray extension which is no longer actively developed. MinTrayR lets the user minimize Mozilla powered applications such as Firefox, Thunderbird or Songbird to the system tray.

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about 6 years since last commit

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Pyjs

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  Analyzed about 6 hours ago

Pyjs is a port of Google's GWT to Python. It provides a stand-alone python-to-javascript compiler, an AJAX library, widget toolkit, and general-purpose libraries that resemble desktop toolkits such as pyqt4 and pygkt2. With Pyjs, rich media applications can be written entirely in python, and ... [More] deployed for all major web browsers. Pyjs Native is now included by default, making it possible to run Pyjs applications -- unmodified -- as native Python desktop applications. HTML, CSS, and plugin features remain available, even in the browser version, thanks to ubiquitous browser engine technology. WebKit, XULRunner and MSHTML are the three current available options. [Less]

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almost 7 years since last commit

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Pyjamas Desktop

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

Pyjamas Desktop is a comprehensive and easy-to-use python widget set API and framework, similar to PyQt4 and PyGtk2. As it is based on browser engines such as Webkit, XULRunner or MSHTML, it provides not only a desktop widget set but also supports full HTML syntax, full CSS stylesheet properties ... [More] , NPAPI-compliant plugins such as Adobe Flash and Java. It even allows for the execution of Javascript, to manipulate the DOM model of the screen. Pyjamas Desktop is a port of Pyjamas to the desktop, which is itself a port of Google's Web Toolkit (GWT). Applications that conform to the Pyjamas API can be run unmodified as both Web applications and Desktop appplications, making Pyjamas the world's first free software cross-platform, cross-desktop and cross-widget set appplications development API [Less]

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XPCOMViewer

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  Analyzed almost 2 years ago

Add-on for easy exploring XPCOM components. Available for Mozilla Firefox adn Mozilla Thunderbird.

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about 7 years since last commit

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CORBA::XPIDL

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  Analyzed 6 months ago

CORBA::XPIDL - compiler for Mozilla (XPCOM) This package supplies clones of the following tools : xpidl : XPIDL compiler xpt_dump : typelib dumper xpt_link : typelib linker

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IdentitySelector

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This is an identity selector for Firefox that works with Cardspace. It extracts information from a certificate and invokes the Cardspace API.

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simplexul

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For those who know HTML and client-side Javascript, it's not much of a stretch to learn Mozilla XUL and XPCOM. Combining this with the xulrunner runtime application from Mozilla, you can create fast, robust standalone or client/server applications for Linux, Mac, Windows, or any OS that Mozilla ... [More] Firefox runs upon. And you can do it in record turnaround time. The applications can also support AJAX, rich edit controls, SQL database calls, processes and threads, sockets, and much other functionality. If you're a newbie to programming, and know HTML and client-side Javascript, you should give this worth a look. And even if you're a novice or expert, this is also worth a look because it can speed up your time to deliver applications, especially for standalone applications on Linux. I developed this sample because I felt that the only real way to develop Linux applications sort of halfway rapidly was to use Glade, Python, and PyGTK, but that was frustrating because some parts of PyGTK are either undocumented, poorly documented, or just don't work as advertised. So when I found out about XUL and xulrunner from Mozilla, I was naturally delighted to see something I could use to knock out standalone applications on Linux fairly rapidly. Requires xulrunner, which you can get from Mozilla.com. [Less]

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mopicchu

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MoPicchuMoPicchu is a stack and queue engine, implemented as an XPCOM component for use in Mozilla-based applications such as Firefox. It is written in C++ and is available under the MIT License. This project is mirrored at CodePlex.

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