WikiTemplates is a Trac plugin. This plugin will provide you a way to include
parts of other wiki pages, the templates, into our current wiki page.
WikiToPdf combines the functionality of CombineWikiPlugin and
PageToPdfPlugin on only one plugin and allows one to setup a template
file used to generate the PDF file with a cover and a licence page, for
At the end of each wiki page there is a link named WikiToPdf and
works like athomas PageToPdfPlugin plugin but takes into account the
parameters on trac.ini (see below) and passes them to htmldoc.
Alternatively, it's possible to select one or more wiki pages and
generate one single PDF file just like coderanger work with a cover and
a licence from a template file. This feature also takes into account the
parameters on trac.ini.
This plugin provides a wiki WYSIWYG editor that generates Trac
wiki markup. This enables users to switch between the WYSIWYG mode
and the standard wiki markup format, as needed.
This plugin allows Trac plugins to export select parts of their
interface via XML-RPC.
It also includes some exported functions for manipulating tickets,
with plans to include interfaces to other parts of Trac's API.
Set of tools that can initialize the RTL2832, tune to a given frequency, and
record the I/Q-samples to a file.
This is a library containing common/shared code regarding the A-bis
interface between BTS and BSC. It implements drivers for mISDN and DAHDI
based E1 cards, as well as some A-bis/IP dialects.
py-rtree is R-Tree spatial index for Python GIS. Whether for in-memory feature
stores, Plone content, or whatever -- py-rtree is an index to speed up the
search for objects that intersect with a spatial bounding box.
A SNMP library built on top of glib2 and gnet2. The goal of the project is to
provide an efficient, clean, portable implementation of an SNMP stack for
The scli package written to address the need for small and efficient
command line utilities to monitor and configure network devices and
host systems. The scli package is based on the SNMP management
Parallel-NetCDF is a library providing high-performance I/O while still
maintaining file-format compatibility with Unidata's NetCDF. NetCDF gives
scientific programmers a space-efficient and portable means for storing data.
However, it does so in a serial manner, making it difficult to achieve high I/O
performance. By making some small changes to the API specified by NetCDF, we can
use MPI-IO and its collective operations.