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  Joined on Oct 6, 2014

19 projects


Last released on Jun 21, 2018

A top-down recursive-descendent parser generator.


Last released on May 10, 2018

Watch changes of Consul services and call a handler.


Last released on May 9, 2018

Import module by code, name, path, and import object.


Last released on Apr 24, 2018

Python hotkey manager that works on Linux, MacOS, and Windows.


Last released on Dec 19, 2016

Pour data in out of table.


Last released on Dec 19, 2016

Create PDF bookmarks by tweaking criteria.


Last released on Dec 19, 2016

Render picked font characters to images.


Last released on Dec 19, 2016

A customizable registry editor.


Last released on Dec 19, 2016

Inspect function arguments.


Last released on Dec 19, 2016

Enumeration for Python.


Last released on Dec 19, 2016

Python argparse library's utility library.


Last released on Dec 18, 2016

Detect module file changes and reload the program.


Last released on Oct 26, 2014

A command to create Windows ".url" file. And tips on how to use it to save URL in Chrome or Iron's location bar to a ".url" file in one hotkey.


Last released on Oct 25, 2014

Convert a bookmark file in NETSCAPE-Bookmark-file-1 format exported from browsers like Chrome and Firefox into a set of Windows ".url" files or Gnome ".desktop" files.


Last released on Oct 25, 2014

A simple I18n solution featuring fallback locale, YAML locale file, synonym locale file, and flexible locale file path.


Last released on Oct 24, 2014

Make Python string encoding and IO code 2*3 compatible, mess-free, and error-proof.


Last released on Oct 13, 2014

Kill Windows processes by matching their full command line with regular expression.


Last released on Oct 13, 2014

Find a Python module's file paths. Have considered Implicit Namespace Packages introduced in PEP 420. Handy for debugging tricky importing problems.


Last released on Oct 11, 2014

Find where executables are located given a name or a path on Windows console. Does what the "which" program does on Linux, only better because it thinks the way Windows console thinks by considering PATH as well as PATHEXT.

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