Blog: Posts with tag “python” • zombofant.nethacking and stuff#skip-to-content#navigationHomeAbout usBlogHackingOctober 2015September 2015December 2014September 2014May 2014April 2014December 2013November 2013September 2013August 2013July 2013June 2013May 2013March 2013February 2013December 2012October 2012September 2012August 2012Browse by tagZombofant Blog: Posts with tag “pythonHack of the Week: PyOpenSSL with asyncioDecember 6, 16:00, 2014 UTC, by Jonas WielickiSo this is really nasty, and I wouldn’t recommend any use in production code—yet! A few lines of Python to make asyncio work with PyOpenSSL (and not the built in ssl module anymore).pyxtrlock release 0.2September 9, 11:00, 2013 UTC, by Leon Weberpyxtrlock release 0.2pyxtrlock release 0.1August 25, 16:32, 2013 UTC, by Leon Weberpyxtrlock release 0.1certcheck – A watchdog for your (SSL) certificatesJuly 4, 15:31, 2013 UTC, by Jonas is a handy tool to keep an eye on your certificates and announce expiries to you—independent on any certificate authority.pyxtrlock – xtrlock rewritten in PythonMarch 7, 15:52, 2013 UTC, by Leon Weberpyxtrlock – xtrlock rewritten in Python, using XCB and PAM authentication.Hack of the WeekFebruary 4, 20:45, 2013 UTC, by Sebastian RiesePythonic autogeneration of accept methods and abstract visitor classes for the visitor pattern using metaclasses.PyXWF: Workarounds, Cookies and CleanupDecember 3, 16:48, 2012 UTC, by Jonas WielickiAlthough I didn't have enough time to write up a blog post in the last months, I actually had time (or was forced to) to write some lines of code for PyXWF. Most of them are dealing with compatibility, but some older are also implementations of missing features.An approach to computational spatial hearingSeptember 13, 14:16, 2012 UTC, by Jonas WielickiA short dive into binauralty using a (simulated) stereo microphone and a few lines of python. In the second part, the post makes a suggestion on how to filter the direction by frequency.PyXWF upgrades and “benchmarking”August 31, 16:04, 2012 UTC, by Jonas WielickiI just put the new version of PyXWF online. Featuring: Reworked blog classes, thread safety, a lot of minor bugfixes and some refactoring. Also: Some statistics on PyXWF performance.PyWeb is now called PyXWF and on githubAugust 26, 19:00, 2012 UTC, by Jonas WielickiWe renamed PyWeb to PyXWF. It also got a basic documentation with a really basic tutorial. WebStack has been removed from the hard-dependencies, because we're now able to use WSGI directly instead.PyWeb update: Rich markup, compatibility and even more XSLAugust 23, 18:12, 2012 UTC, by Jonas WielickiPyWeb is now more conformant to HTTP (fully, I hope), has some tools on board to deliver Rich snippets to the user and brings some compatibility improvements. Also on board are a bunch of new features all around the framework, including Atom feeds for the blog. The content on this page is licensed under CC-BY-SA. About usLegal notes / ImpressumAccessibility Sending mail to is discouraged.