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A basic calorie-counting and meal-logging program.

Project Description

PyCalCount is a basic “calorie-counting” program. With it, you enter food items along with their basic nutritional info (calories, total fat, sodium, protein and carbohydrates). You can then log “meals” by combining any number of food items.:


$ pycalcount


$ python /path/to/


Open a command prompt and type:

C:\path\to\python.exe C:\path\to\


Just double-click on


  • Python 2.6 or later


  • In Unix: Unpack the tarball, open a terminal, navigate to the directory in which you unpacked the tarball, and type (as admin, i.e., “su” or “sudo”) python install
  • In Windows, just run the .exe as normal. The script will be installed to C:\Pythondir\Lib\site-packages


This is another work-in-progress. While functional, it could theoretically get ugly after a week or so of use until I bother to add a “page” function. Also, as of now, this is command-line only. No GUI yet, and there won’t be a GUI for a while yet.

Check back in the future for updates.


  • x.seeks (x -dot- seeks _at_ gmail -dot- com)


GPL version 3. See LICENSE.txt for more info.

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