This is gingerprawn, a modular pluggable framework for wxPython; and JNMaster, a bunch of plugins written on top of gingerprawn, intended to help students in Jiangnan University, Wuxi, China to make better use of the school intranet.
gingerprawn.api.webop depends on
mechanize. You can get
them like this:
$ sudo easy_install -U --always-unzip mechanize
$ sudo easy_install -U --always-unzip lxml
Of course, as a wxPython framework,
gingerprawn requires wxPython. The
version must be at least 2.8, and the Unicode version is needed. You can
get wxPython at its official website <http://www.wxpython.org/>.
Notes on development
For development you would want to use eric4 as the IDE or just stick to Vim or Emacs or whatever editor you use. An eric4 project is included in the repo.
Development is at a very early stage, and the codebase is not promised to keep stable at the moment. If you feel like to contribute, contact the author:
Wang Xuerui (xenon at JNRain) <idontknw dot wang at gmail-dot-com>