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VirtualBox Web Console

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  Analyzed 12 months ago

The VirtualBox Web Console (VBoxWeb) is an open source project implementing an AJAX version of the popular VirtualBox user interface. As a modern web interface, it allows you to access and control remote VirtualBox instances.

73K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 6 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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wget-online

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

The goal is to provide wget functionality (recursive site downloading) online.

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over 8 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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Mostly written in language not available
Licenses: MIT

Buildtime Trend

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  Analyzed 5 months ago

Visualise what's trending in your build process. Buildtime Trend generates and gathers timing data of build processes. The aggregated data is used to create charts to visualise trends of the build process. These trends can help you gain insight in your build process : which stages take most ... [More] time? Which stages are stable or have a fluctuating duration? Is there a decrease or increase in average build duration over time? With these insights you can further improve the stability of your build process and make it more efficient. [Less]

10.3K lines of code

2 current contributors

10 months since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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opmuse

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  Analyzed 5 months ago

opmuse is a web application to play, organize, share and make your music library social.

15.8K lines of code

1 current contributors

about 1 year since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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WEBTOOLS

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  Analyzed about 6 years ago

CMS experiment Web Application Framework

13.5K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 10 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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sshpt

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  Analyzed 11 months ago

The SSH Power Tool (sshpt) enables you to execute commands and upload files to many servers simultaneously via SSH without using pre-shared keys. Uploaded files and commands can be executed directly or via sudo. Connection and command execution results are output in standard CSV format for easy ... [More] importing into spreadsheets, databases, or data mining applications. [Less]

439 lines of code

0 current contributors

over 5 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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clyweb

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  Analyzed over 5 years ago

clyweb is an AJAX interface to CLY. CLY is a Python module for simplifying the creation of interactive shells.

258 lines of code

0 current contributors

over 8 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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python-gearshift

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  Analyzed 11 months ago

GearShift GearShift is a Python web framework based on CherryPy and TurboGears. If you want something more than CherryPy but feel that TurboGears is too much, then GearShift might be something for you. GearShift is an experiment in its early stages, and it is our statement in the debate of what ... [More] TurboGears* can and should be. GearShift is a TurboGears companion project and we consider ourselves a branch of TurboGears 1.x. We hope that the contributions from this project might some day be merged back into TurboGears. Developers are welcome to join and to contribute. FeaturesUses the CherryPy 3 web server as the core component Runs on the Google App Engine Integrated identity support for OpenID (soon) , OAuth, Facebook Connect and Google Friend Connect. RESTful dispatch. Makes it easy to create RESTful applications that uses Atom and AtomPub. Easy handling of markup such as Markdown, Restructured Text and Textile The goals are:Split the TurboGears functionality into CherryPy tools and dispatchers Make it easy to optimize for speed and size. One complicated controller should not slow down the rest of the system. Things you don't need should not be in the execution path. Reuse existing projects when possible, but we should not hide or wrap them in any way. Don't hide it, provide it! Reuse as much of the TurboGears API as possible. A lot of good documentation has been written for TurboGears, and we should not change the API without good reason. Widgets. We really need to come up with something simpler. Introducing GearShiftWidgets. For more information WhatsNewIn16 UpgradeTo16 (*) TurboGears 1.x branch [Less]

12.4K lines of code

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about 5 years since last commit

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firewall-admin

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  Analyzed 12 months ago

Web content filter that uses iptables to block both http and https requests. Note that this project is not being actively developed, so use at your own risk. It has been successfully used in a school district with hundreds of computers. It worked beautifully there, but your mileage may vary. ... [More] Anyone interested in actively maintaining this project please don't hesitate to contact the project administrators. FeaturesSimple to install: put your dedicated firewall computer between your router and LAN. Nice CherryPy web based control panel for ease of use. Categories White-list (internal ip to external site) RequirementsOld computer to use as dedicated firewall. Pentium III is fast enough to handle at least 10mbps throughput with 3,000 domains in the blocklist. 3 NICs: 1 incoming, 1 outgoing, 1 for the administrative interface. Linux - only tested on Debian Etch. Required software: iptables - tested with 1.3.6 bridge-utils - for brctl; tested with 1.2 Python - tested with 2.4 CherryPy - at least 3.0.1 Genshi - tested with 0.4 python-adns - tested with 1.1.0 SQLObject - tested with 0.7.1 SQLite & python-sqlite python-formencode InstallationSee Installation wiki page. CreditsKyle Waremburg for the idea, writing the iptables code, and creating the Google Code project. Michael Schurter for the web interface [Less]

638 lines of code

0 current contributors

over 8 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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lupyne

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  Analyzed 11 months ago

Pythonic extensions to PyLucene, including a standalone search server based on CherryPy. Project highlightsThe core engine is a high level interface to PyLucene, which is a Python extension for accessing the popular Java Lucene search engine. Lucene has a reputation for being a relatively ... [More] low-level toolkit, and the goal of PyLucene is to wrap it through automatic code generation. So although PyLucene transforms Java idioms to Python idioms where possible, the resulting interface is far from Pythonic. See examples for comparisons with the Lucene API. A RESTful JSON search server, based on CherryPy. Many python applications which require better search capabilities are migrating from using conventional client-server databases, whereas Lucene is an embedded search library. Solr is a popular option for remote searching and other advanced features, but then any customization or embedded use is coupled to Java and XML. Using a python web framework instead can provide the best of both worlds, e.g., batch indexing offline and remote searching live. A simple client to make interacting with the server as convenient as an RPC interface. It handles all of the HTTP interactions, with support for compression, json, and connection reuse. Advanced search features: Distributed searching with support for redundancy, partitioning, and sharding. Optimized faceted search. Optimized prefix and range queries. Geospatial support. Documentationcurrent release development trunk The project is in production use and considered stable; the low version number reflects that experimental interfaces may still change. The trunk is also kept stable, with all tests passing. DependenciesLuPyne should run anywhere PyLucene does, though its primary testing is on the popular unix variants. Python 2.6 PyLucene 2.4 (deprecated), 2.9, or 3.0 CherryPy 3.1 (3.1.2 recommended): only required for server Changes in 0.5PyLucene 2.4 support is deprecated Optimized facets MultiSearchers support full searching interface Reopening searchers with resource closing managed Query parsing supports boost mapping Remote searching support: production configuration refreshing searcher "more like this" queries retrieving document slices hit text highlighting query parsing options json errors advanced term enumeration multisearchers sorting options facets Changes in 0.4PyLucene 3.0 support; deprecated calls have been dropped where possible. Alternative numeric implementations of SpatialFields and DateTimeFields. Custom TokenFilters, with support for generators. Expanded custom Analyzers and parsing. Term enumerations support wildcards and fuzziness. IndexReaders support MoreLikeThis queries. Index writers and searchers support managing their analyzers and directories. Optimized and more versatile sorting and comparators. Changes in 0.3PyLucene 2.9 support, including NumericFields and new range queries. Extensible client load balancing. PyLucene memory leak fixes (or warnings). Searchers support highlighting. IndexReaders support span queries, term vectors, and payloads. Fields support readers, token streams, and additional attributes. Custom analyzers. Changes in 0.2More examples and documentation. Support for MultiSearchers. Field support for datetimes and custom formatting. More spatial utility methods. Expanded client support, including distributed searching. Easier server configuration, read-only support, and increased error handling. [Less]

3.52K lines of code

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about 5 years since last commit

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