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Open source .NET library which provides advanced client API to use Sphinx search server services. It can be used from C#, VB.Net etc. More information about Sphinx search engine available at http://www.sphinxsearch.com/ Key benefitsSupports latest Sphinx beta versions (up to 0.9.9-rc2) ADO.NET-like public interface Strongly typed object model, all type conversions is encapsulated internally, all attribute types is supported Licensed under LGPL 3 Requirements.NET Framework 2.0 or higher for binary DLL. .NET Framework 3.x to change/compile sources.

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SphinxReportSphinxReport is a report generator that is implemented as an extension to Sphinx. Its purpose is to facilitate writing scientific reports interpreting large and changing datasets. It is designed to assist the iterative analysis during the development of a computational scientific pipeline as understanding of the data grows. Once the pipeline settles down, SphinxReport permits an easy transition towards the automatic report generation needed when the pipeline is run on new data sets. SphinxReport is easy to use and powerful enough to give all the flexibility needed during the development of computational pipelines and robustness during the production use of a pipeline. It is intended for developers and computational scientists with python scripting experience. SphinxReport comes with all the batteries included thanks to python and Sphinx, in particular, it uses simple markup in the form of restructured text, supports both automated and narrative analysis, keeps code, data and text together, takes care of indexing and formatting to produce something presentable, produces static html, latex, ps and pdf. DocumentationContents Contents search the documentation Search Page all functions, classes, terms General Index quick access to all documented modules Module Index Get SphinxReportSphinxReport is available as an easy-installabl package on the Python Package Index. The code can be found at Google Code, http://code.google.com/p/sphinx-report. SphinxReport is currently under active development. The current version is still alpha, fairly complete and usable, but not fully tested. Please feel free to try out the software and please send us feed-back.

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Generate Unicode character folding rules for the charset_table config in Sphinx Search from a MySQL collation


Workling Delta Indexer for Thinking Sphinx,


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a script that can help make your git repository code sphinxable,


DataMapper Frontend for the Oedipus Sphinx Client,


A collection of Sphinx extensions.,



ProBlue is a Sphinx Theme created by Kelly Creative Tech, based on the Nature Theme, and making use of the Google Font API


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The sphinx document processor generates HTML that uses more advanced syntax than the HtmlHelp browser in wxPython and wxWidgets can render. This program uses the htmlhelp files generated by sphinx as input and attempts to remove elements that confuse the wxHtmlHelp system while adding or modifying elements in an attempt to allow the wxHtmlHelp to render the HTML as closely as possible to the HTML as viewed by a modern browser. This package provides a script sphinx-wxoptimize that is designed to be integrated into your make htmlhelp target that will automatically reprocess the sphinx-generated htmlhelp files and convert them to be better rendered in the wxPython or wxWidgets wxHtmlHelpController. Check out its home on the Python Package Index for more information and downloads.

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While Python's own documentation set is well-maintained and meets most people's needs, people coming to Python on Windows suffer from a couple of drawbacks. One is that, historically, Python comes from a Unix background and some of its functionality reflects that. Even when low-level functions are available on Windows, they often refer to a Posix-compliant layer which Microsoft seems to have abandoned long ago. Another is that, while the pywin32 extensions are wide-ranging and actively maintained, their documentation tends towards the sparse and functional. This project is a Sphinx-based documentation project which aims to provide example-based documentation for Windows developers looking to use Python for Windows-specific tasks. The current status can usually be seen at: http://timgolden.me.uk/python-on-windows

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TortugaCMSIntroductionTortugaCMS is a first-class plugin-based content management system. Built from the ground up to be "Humanized", the first thing Users notice is how easy it is to create pages, add content, add translations, and undo mistakes. System Administrators will notice how efficient Tortuga is in terms of disk space, ram, and processor utilization. Tortuga is eagerly awaiting its first release, stay tuned! MilestonesJuly 20, 2008 - Checkpoint Media Archive System (a required component) 0.1beta released. August 1, 2008 - BrainFreeze SQLAlchemy Plugin (a required component) 0.1beta released. November 13, 2008 - BrainFreeze SQLAlchemy Plugin (a required component) 0.1 release candidate 2 released. November 15, 2008 - First developer preview of Tortuga core API is made available through SVN. January 8, 2008 - Checkpoint Media Archive System (a required component) 0.1 final released. Soon - EatTheSandwich Documentation Generator (required for Tortuga development) 0.1beta released Using Sphinx instead. Soon - HaveYourSay Commenting System (required for EatTheSandwich) 0.1beta released Using js-kit for this. Soon - TurboGears 2.0beta released

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Sphinx Index Propagation,

Eclipse Sphinx

Sphinx is a new open source project under the Eclipse Model Development Tools (MDT) subproject to provide an extensible platform that eases the creation of integrated modeling tool environments supporting individual or multiple modeling languages (which can be UML-based or native DSLs) and has a particular focus on industrial strength and interoperability.


GrapeFruit is a pure Python module that let you easily manipulate and convert color information. Its Primary goal is to be natural and flexible. The following color systems are supported by GrapeFruit: RGB (sRGB) HSL HSV YIQ YUV CIE-XYZ CIE-LAB (with the illuminant you want) CMY CMYK HTML/CSS color definition (#RRGGBB, #RGB or the X11 color name) RYB (artistic color wheel) InstallingFrom the sources: Download the latest grapefruit library from: http://code.google.com/p/grapefruit/ Untar the source distribution and run: $ python setup.py build $ python setup.py installTestingWith setuptools installed: $ python setup.py testWithout setuptools installed: $ python grapefruit_test.pyGetting the codeView the trunk at: http://grapefruit.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ Check out the latest development version anonymously with: $ svn checkout http://grapefruit.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ GrapeFruitDocumentationYou can download a compiled version of the documentation at: http://http://code.google.com/p/grapefruit/downloads/list?q=label:Type-Docs The documentation is generated from reStructuredText sources by Sphinx. If you need to build it, go into the doc folder and run: make Or, if you're running windows: makedoc.cmdLicenseCopyright (c) 2008, Xavier Basty Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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