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README.md

Goose

swift for linux foundation and network

##sql lib use https://github.com/Zewo/SQL

Python Standard Library

https://docs.python.org/2/library/index.html

  1. Introduction
  2. Built-in Functions
  3. Non-essential Built-in Functions
  4. Built-in Constants
    4.1. Constants added by the site module
  5. Built-in Types
    5.1. Truth Value Testing
    5.2. Boolean Operations — and, or, not
    5.3. Comparisons
    5.4. Numeric Types — int, float, long, complex
    5.5. Iterator Types
    5.6. Sequence Types — str, unicode, list, tuple, bytearray, buffer, xrange
    5.7. Set Types — set, frozenset
    5.8. Mapping Types — dict
    5.9. File Objects
    5.10. memoryview type
    5.11. Context Manager Types
    5.12. Other Built-in Types
    5.13. Special Attributes
  6. Built-in Exceptions
    6.1. Exception hierarchy
  7. String Services
    7.1. string — Common string operations
    7.2. re — Regular expression operations
    7.3. struct — Interpret strings as packed binary data
    7.4. difflib — Helpers for computing deltas
    7.5. StringIO — Read and write strings as files
    7.6. cStringIO — Faster version of StringIO
    7.7. textwrap — Text wrapping and filling
    7.8. codecs — Codec registry and base classes
    7.9. unicodedata — Unicode Database
    7.10. stringprep — Internet String Preparation
    7.11. fpformat — Floating point conversions
  8. Data Types
    8.1. datetime — Basic date and time types
    8.2. calendar — General calendar-related functions
    8.3. collections — High-performance container datatypes
    8.4. heapq — Heap queue algorithm
    8.5. bisect — Array bisection algorithm
    8.6. array — Efficient arrays of numeric values
    8.7. sets — Unordered collections of unique elements
    8.8. sched — Event scheduler
    8.9. mutex — Mutual exclusion support
    8.10. Queue — A synchronized queue class
    8.11. weakref — Weak references
    8.12. UserDict — Class wrapper for dictionary objects
    8.13. UserList — Class wrapper for list objects
    8.14. UserString — Class wrapper for string objects
    8.15. types — Names for built-in types
    8.16. new — Creation of runtime internal objects
    8.17. copy — Shallow and deep copy operations
    8.18. pprint — Data pretty printer
    8.19. repr — Alternate repr() implementation
  9. Numeric and Mathematical Modules
    9.1. numbers — Numeric abstract base classes
    9.2. math — Mathematical functions
    9.3. cmath — Mathematical functions for complex numbers
    9.4. decimal — Decimal fixed point and floating point arithmetic
    9.5. fractions — Rational numbers
    9.6. random — Generate pseudo-random numbers
    9.7. itertools — Functions creating iterators for efficient looping
    9.8. functools — Higher-order functions and operations on callable objects
    9.9. operator — Standard operators as functions
  10. File and Directory
    10.1. os.path — Common pathname manipulations
    10.2. fileinput — Iterate over lines from multiple input streams
    10.3. stat — Interpreting stat() results
    10.4. statvfs — Constants used with os.statvfs()
    10.5. filecmp — File and Directory Comparisons
    10.6. tempfile — Generate temporary files and directories
    10.7. glob — Unix style pathname pattern expansion
    10.8. fnmatch — Unix filename pattern matching
    10.9. linecache — Random access to text lines
    10.10. shutil — High-level file operations
    10.11. dircache — Cached directory listings
    10.12. macpath — Mac OS 9 path manipulation functions
  11. Data Persistence
    11.1. pickle — Python object serialization
    11.2. cPickle — A faster pickle
    11.3. copy_reg — Register pickle support functions
    11.4. shelve — Python object persistence
    11.5. marshal — Internal Python object serialization
    11.6. anydbm — Generic access to DBM-style databases
    11.7. whichdb — Guess which DBM module created a database
    11.8. dbm — Simple “database” interface
    11.9. gdbm — GNU’s reinterpretation of dbm
    11.10. dbhash — DBM-style interface to the BSD database library
    11.11. bsddb — Interface to Berkeley DB library
    11.12. dumbdbm — Portable DBM implementation
    11.13. sqlite3 — DB-API 2.0 interface for SQLite databases
  12. Data Compression and Archiving
    12.1. zlib — Compression compatible with gzip
    12.2. gzip — Support for gzip files
    12.3. bz2 — Compression compatible with bzip2
    12.4. zipfile — Work with ZIP archives
    12.5. tarfile — Read and write tar archive files
  13. File Formats
    13.1. csv — CSV File Reading and Writing
    13.2. ConfigParser — Configuration file parser
    13.3. robotparser — Parser for robots.txt
    13.4. netrc — netrc file processing
    13.5. xdrlib — Encode and decode XDR data
    13.6. plistlib — Generate and parse Mac OS X .plist files
  14. Cryptographic Services
    14.1. hashlib — Secure hashes and message digests
    14.2. hmac — Keyed-Hashing for Message Authentication
    14.3. md5 — MD5 message digest algorithm
    14.4. sha — SHA-1 message digest algorithm
  15. Generic Operating System Services
    15.1. os — Miscellaneous operating system interfaces
    15.2. io — Core tools for working with streams
    15.3. time — Time access and conversions
    15.4. argparse — Parser for command-line options, arguments and sub-commands
    15.5. optparse — Parser for command line options
    15.6. getopt — C-style parser for command line options
    15.7. logging — Logging facility for Python
    15.8. logging.config — Logging configuration
    15.9. logging.handlers — Logging handlers
    15.10. getpass — Portable password input
    15.11. curses — Terminal handling for character-cell displays
    15.12. curses.textpad — Text input widget for curses programs
    15.13. curses.ascii — Utilities for ASCII characters
    15.14. curses.panel — A panel stack extension for curses
    15.15. platform — Access to underlying platform’s identifying data
    15.16. errno — Standard errno system symbols
    15.17. ctypes — A foreign function library for Python
  16. Optional Operating System Services
    16.1. select — Waiting for I/O completion
    16.2. threading — Higher-level threading interface
    16.3. thread — Multiple threads of control
    16.4. dummy_threading — Drop-in replacement for the threading module
    16.5. dummy_thread — Drop-in replacement for the thread module
    16.6. multiprocessing — Process-based “threading” interface
    16.7. mmap — Memory-mapped file support
    16.8. readline — GNU readline interface
    16.9. rlcompleter — Completion function for GNU readline
  17. Interprocess Communication and Networking
    17.1. subprocess — Subprocess management
    17.2. socket — Low-level networking interface
    17.3. ssl — TLS/SSL wrapper for socket objects
    17.4. signal — Set handlers for asynchronous events
    17.5. popen2 — Subprocesses with accessible I/O streams
    17.6. asyncore — Asynchronous socket handler
    17.7. asynchat — Asynchronous socket command/response handler
  18. Internet Data Handling
    18.1. email — An email and MIME handling package
    18.2. json — JSON encoder and decoder
    18.3. mailcap — Mailcap file handling
    18.4. mailbox — Manipulate mailboxes in various formats
    18.5. mhlib — Access to MH mailboxes
    18.6. mimetools — Tools for parsing MIME messages
    18.7. mimetypes — Map filenames to MIME types
    18.8. MimeWriter — Generic MIME file writer
    18.9. mimify — MIME processing of mail messages
    18.10. multifile — Support for files containing distinct parts
    18.11. rfc822 — Parse RFC 2822 mail headers
    18.12. base64 — RFC 3548: Base16, Base32, Base64 Data Encodings
    18.13. binhex — Encode and decode binhex4 files
    18.14. binascii — Convert between binary and ASCII
    18.15. quopri — Encode and decode MIME quoted-printable data
    18.16. uu — Encode and decode uuencode files
  19. Structured Markup Processing Tools
    19.1. HTMLParser — Simple HTML and XHTML parser
    19.2. sgmllib — Simple SGML parser
    19.3. htmllib — A parser for HTML documents
    19.4. htmlentitydefs — Definitions of HTML general entities
    19.5. XML Processing Modules
    19.6. XML vulnerabilities
    19.7. xml.etree.ElementTree — The ElementTree XML API
    19.8. xml.dom — The Document Object Model API
    19.9. xml.dom.minidom — Minimal DOM implementation
    19.10. xml.dom.pulldom — Support for building partial DOM trees
    19.11. xml.sax — Support for SAX2 parsers
    19.12. xml.sax.handler — Base classes for SAX handlers
    19.13. xml.sax.saxutils — SAX Utilities
    19.14. xml.sax.xmlreader — Interface for XML parsers
    19.15. xml.parsers.expat — Fast XML parsing using Expat
  20. Internet Protocols and Support
    20.1. webbrowser — Convenient Web-browser controller
    20.2. cgi — Common Gateway Interface support
    20.3. cgitb — Traceback manager for CGI scripts
    20.4. wsgiref — WSGI Utilities and Reference Implementation
    20.5. urllib — Open arbitrary resources by URL
    20.6. urllib2 — extensible library for opening URLs
    20.7. httplib — HTTP protocol client
    20.8. ftplib — FTP protocol client
    20.9. poplib — POP3 protocol client
    20.10. imaplib — IMAP4 protocol client
    20.11. nntplib — NNTP protocol client
    20.12. smtplib — SMTP protocol client
    20.13. smtpd — SMTP Server
    20.14. telnetlib — Telnet client
    20.15. uuid — UUID objects according to RFC 4122
    20.16. urlparse — Parse URLs into components
    20.17. SocketServer — A framework for network servers
    20.18. BaseHTTPServer — Basic HTTP server
    20.19. SimpleHTTPServer — Simple HTTP request handler
    20.20. CGIHTTPServer — CGI-capable HTTP request handler
    20.21. cookielib — Cookie handling for HTTP clients
    20.22. Cookie — HTTP state management
    20.23. xmlrpclib — XML-RPC client access
    20.24. SimpleXMLRPCServer — Basic XML-RPC server
    20.25. DocXMLRPCServer — Self-documenting XML-RPC server
  21. Multimedia Services
    21.1. audioop — Manipulate raw audio data
    21.2. imageop — Manipulate raw image data
    21.3. aifc — Read and write AIFF and AIFC files
    21.4. sunau — Read and write Sun AU files
    21.5. wave — Read and write WAV files
    21.6. chunk — Read IFF chunked data
    21.7. colorsys — Conversions between color systems
    21.8. imghdr — Determine the type of an image
    21.9. sndhdr — Determine type of sound file
    21.10. ossaudiodev — Access to OSS-compatible audio devices
  22. Internationalization
    22.1. gettext — Multilingual internationalization services
    22.2. locale — Internationalization services
  23. Program Frameworks
    23.1. cmd — Support for line-oriented command interpreters
    23.2. shlex — Simple lexical analysis
  24. Graphical User Interfaces with Tk
    24.1. Tkinter — Python interface to Tcl/Tk
    24.2. ttk — Tk themed widgets
    24.3. Tix — Extension widgets for Tk
    24.4. ScrolledText — Scrolled Text Widget
    24.5. turtle — Turtle graphics for Tk
    24.6. IDLE
    24.7. Other Graphical User Interface Packages
  25. Development Tools
    25.1. pydoc — Documentation generator and online help system
    25.2. doctest — Test interactive Python examples
    25.3. unittest — Unit testing framework
    25.4. 2to3 - Automated Python 2 to 3 code translation
    25.5. test — Regression tests package for Python
    25.6. test.test_support — Utility functions for tests
  26. Debugging and Profiling
    26.1. bdb — Debugger framework
    26.2. pdb — The Python Debugger
    26.3. Debugger Commands
    26.4. The Python Profilers
    26.5. hotshot — High performance logging profiler
    26.6. timeit — Measure execution time of small code snippets
    26.7. trace — Trace or track Python statement execution
  27. Software Packaging and Distribution
    27.1. distutils — Building and installing Python modules
    27.2. ensurepip — Bootstrapping the pip installer
  28. Python Runtime Services
    28.1. sys — System-specific parameters and functions
    28.2. sysconfig — Provide access to Python’s configuration information
    28.3. builtin — Built-in objects
    28.4. future_builtins — Python 3 builtins
    28.5. main — Top-level script environment
    28.6. warnings — Warning control
    28.7. contextlib — Utilities for with-statement contexts
    28.8. abc — Abstract Base Classes
    28.9. atexit — Exit handlers
    28.10. traceback — Print or retrieve a stack traceback
    28.11. future — Future statement definitions
    28.12. gc — Garbage Collector interface
    28.13. inspect — Inspect live objects
    28.14. site — Site-specific configuration hook
    28.15. user — User-specific configuration hook
    28.16. fpectl — Floating point exception control
  29. Custom Python Interpreters
    29.1. code — Interpreter base classes
    29.2. codeop — Compile Python code
  30. Restricted Execution
    30.1. rexec — Restricted execution framework
    30.2. Bastion — Restricting access to objects
  31. Importing Modules
    31.1. imp — Access the import internals
    31.2. importlib — Convenience wrappers for import()
    31.3. imputil — Import utilities
    31.4. zipimport — Import modules from Zip archives
    31.5. pkgutil — Package extension utility
    31.6. modulefinder — Find modules used by a script
    31.7. runpy — Locating and executing Python modules
  32. Python Language Services
    32.1. parser — Access Python parse trees
    32.2. ast — Abstract Syntax Trees
    32.3. symtable — Access to the compiler’s symbol tables
    32.4. symbol — Constants used with Python parse trees
    32.5. token — Constants used with Python parse trees
    32.6. keyword — Testing for Python keywords
    32.7. tokenize — Tokenizer for Python source
    32.8. tabnanny — Detection of ambiguous indentation
    32.9. pyclbr — Python class browser support
    32.10. py_compile — Compile Python source files
    32.11. compileall — Byte-compile Python libraries
    32.12. dis — Disassembler for Python bytecode
    32.13. pickletools — Tools for pickle developers
  33. Python compiler package
    33.1. The basic interface
    33.2. Limitations
    33.3. Python Abstract Syntax
    33.4. Using Visitors to Walk ASTs
    33.5. Bytecode Generation
  34. Miscellaneous Services
    34.1. formatter — Generic output formatting
  35. MS Windows Specific Services
    35.1. msilib — Read and write Microsoft Installer files
    35.2. msvcrt — Useful routines from the MS VC++ runtime
    35.3. _winreg — Windows registry access
    35.4. winsound — Sound-playing interface for Windows
  36. Unix Specific Services
    36.1. posix — The most common POSIX system calls
    36.2. pwd — The password database
    36.3. spwd — The shadow password database
    36.4. grp — The group database
    36.5. crypt — Function to check Unix passwords
    36.6. dl — Call C functions in shared objects
    36.7. termios — POSIX style tty control
    36.8. tty — Terminal control functions
    36.9. pty — Pseudo-terminal utilities
    36.10. fcntl — The fcntl and ioctl system calls
    36.11. pipes — Interface to shell pipelines
    36.12. posixfile — File-like objects with locking support
    36.13. resource — Resource usage information
    36.14. nis — Interface to Sun’s NIS (Yellow Pages)
    36.15. syslog — Unix syslog library routines
    36.16. commands — Utilities for running commands
  37. Mac OS X specific services
    37.1. ic — Access to the Mac OS X Internet Config
    37.2. MacOS — Access to Mac OS interpreter features
    37.3. macostools — Convenience routines for file manipulation
    37.4. findertools — The finder‘s Apple Events interface
    37.5. EasyDialogs — Basic Macintosh dialogs
    37.6. FrameWork — Interactive application framework
    37.7. autoGIL — Global Interpreter Lock handling in event loops
    37.8. Mac OS Toolbox Modules
    37.9. ColorPicker — Color selection dialog
  38. MacPython OSA Modules
    38.1. gensuitemodule — Generate OSA stub packages
    38.2. aetools — OSA client support
    38.3. aepack — Conversion between Python variables and AppleEvent data containers
    38.4. aetypes — AppleEvent objects
    38.5. MiniAEFrame — Open Scripting Architecture server support
  39. SGI IRIX Specific Services
    39.1. al — Audio functions on the SGI
    39.2. AL — Constants used with the al module
    39.3. cd — CD-ROM access on SGI systems
    39.4. fl — FORMS library for graphical user interfaces
    39.5. FL — Constants used with the fl module
    39.6. flp — Functions for loading stored FORMS designs
    39.7. fm — Font Manager interface
    39.8. gl — Graphics Library interface
    39.9. DEVICE — Constants used with the gl module
    39.10. GL — Constants used with the gl module
    39.11. imgfile — Support for SGI imglib files
    39.12. jpeg — Read and write JPEG files
  40. SunOS Specific Services
    40.1. sunaudiodev — Access to Sun audio hardware
    40.2. SUNAUDIODEV — Constants used with sunaudiodev
  41. Undocumented Modules
    41.1. Miscellaneous useful utilities
    41.2. Platform specific modules
    41.3. Multimedia
    41.4. Undocumented Mac OS modules
    41.5. Obsolete
    41.6. SGI-specific Extension modules