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Python in Practice by Mark Summerfield ISBN: 978-0321905635 Copyright © 2012-13 Qtrac Ltd. All the example programs and modules are copyright © Qtrac Ltd. 2012-13. They are free software: you can redistribute them and/or modify them under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. They are provided for educational purposes and are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public Licenses (in file gpl-3.0.txt) for more details. All the book's examples are designed to be educational, and many are also designed to be useful. I hope that you find them helpful, and are perhaps able to use some of them as starting points for your own projects. Most of the icons are from Debian (e.g., GNOME, Tango, and Oxygen) and so are open source licensed. (Visit http://www.debian.org/ http://www.gnome.org/ http://tango.freedesktop.org/ and http://www.oxygen-icons.org/ for more information.) Here is the list of programs referred to in the book grouped by chapter. Dependencies on third-party packages are listed in s with URLs at the end. All the examples work with Python 3.3+ and many with 3.2 and 3.1. Chapter 1: Creational Design Patterns Abstract Factory: diagram1.py diagram2.py Builder: formbuilder.py Factory Method: gameboard1.py gameboard2.py gameboard3.py gameboard4.py Chapter 2: Structural Design Patterns Adaptor: render1.py render2.py Bridge: barchart1.py barchart2.py barchart3.py Composite: stationery1.py stationery2.py Decorator: validate1.py validate2.py mediator1d.py mediator2d.py Facade: Unpack.py Flyweight: pointstore1.py pointstore2.py Proxy: imageproxy1.py imageproxy2.py Singleton: Session.py Chapter 3: Behavioral Design Patterns Chain of Responsibility: eventhandler1.py eventhandler2.py Command: grid.py Command.py Interpreter: genome1.py genome2.py genome3.py Iterator: Bag1.py Bag2.py Bag3.py Mediator: mediator1.py mediator2.py Memento (use pickle or json) Observer: observer1.py observer2.py State: multiplexer1.py multiplexer2.py Strategy: tabulator1.py tabulator2.py tabulator3.py tabulator4.py Template Method: wordcount1.py wordcount2.py Visitor (use map() or list comprehensions or a for loop) Case Study: Image/ Chapter 4: High-Level Concurrency imagescale-s.py imagescale-t.py imagescale-q-m.py imagescale-m.py imagescale-c.py whatsnew.py whatsnew-t.py whatsnew-q.py whatsnew-m.py whatsnew-q-m.py whatsnew-c.py Feed.py [Recommends feedparser and lxml] Case Study: imagescale/ [Recommends Cython; numpy] Chapter 5: Extending Python [Only tested on Linux; should work cross-platform] Hyphenate1.py Hyphenate2/ [Requires Cython and libhyphen] benchmark_Scale.py Scale/Fast.pyx [Requires Cython; numpy] Case Study: cyImage/ benchmark_Image.py imagescale-s.py imagescale-cy.py imagescale.py [Requires Cython; numpy] Chapter 6: High-Level Networking Meter.py MeterMT.py meterclient-rpc.py meterserver-rpc.py meter-rpc.pyw meterclient-rpyc.py meterserver-rpyc.py meter-rpyc.pyw [Requires rpyc] Chapter 7: Creating GUIs with Tkinter hello.pyw TkUtil/ currency/ gravitate/ gravitate2/ texteditor/ texteditor2/ Chapter 8: Openg GL 3D Graphics cylinder1.pyw cylinder2.pyw gravitate3d.pyw Many chapters also require: Qtrac.py Image/ cyImage/ Third-party packages: Modern package managers: (1) Grab the file: http://python-distribute.org/distribute_setup.py (2) In a console execute: $ python distribute_setup.py $ easy_install pip Note you may have to give a path on windows, e.g., C:\> c:\python33\python c:\Users\<Username>\Downloads\distribute_setup.py C:\> c:\python33\scripts\easy_install pip See: http://pythonhosted.org/distribute/ Cython http://cython.org feedparser http://pypi.python.org/pypi/feedparser lxml http://lxml.de numpy http://numpy.scipy.org pyglet http://www.pyglet.org PyOpenGL http://pyopengl.sourceforge.net pypng http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pypng regex http://pypi.python.org/pypi/regex rpyc http://rpyc.sourceforge.net