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Developing emol! Erik Thompson 12/07 314
Agile Development Tools in Python percious 07/08 209
Scientific Computing Using SAGE unpingco 04/08 109
Ubuntu: Making a .deb package out of a python program (English) Horst Jens 01/07 87
Blender Miscelania (spanish). gasto 05/09 9

Videos tagged with packages

TitleAuthorsDateVotes
Using Virtualenv and PasteScript percious 07/08 95
Ubuntu: Making a .deb package out of a python program (English) Horst Jens 03/07 87
Using Sphinx and Doctests to provide robust documentation percious 07/08 62
Scientific Computing Using SAGE: Introduction unpingco 04/08 58
Installing easy_install with ez_setup.py Ian Ozsvald 03/08 58
Using Nosetests and Coverage to create robust software percious 07/08 57
Two-Dimensional Plots in SAGE unpingco 05/08 49
Python and the Image Manipulation Library Jeff Rush 08/07 40
Downloading CamStudio 2.0 Ian Ozsvald 04/07 35
How to use Java Web Start for your Java application Chris Pollaro 08/08 31
Installing wxPython and PyOpenGL Erik Thompson 01/08 28
Pracitcal Episode - Package Management Lucas Holland mro 06/07 11
7. Application configuration and make packages Jiang Xin 07/08 1
TurboGears Core Tour Ian Ozsvald Kevin Dangoor 04/08 1
Using JavaScript with TurboGears, Part 3 Ian Ozsvald Kevin Dangoor 03/08 1
3. code coverage and final pySvnManager model usage. Jiang Xin 07/08 1

Learning-paths tagged with packages

TitleAuthorsDate
Scientific Python Programming [ID:017] Ian Ozsvald, 04/09

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