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Questions tagged [python]

Accompanies [app]s written in, or [library]s meant to be used from, the Python programming language

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Sanction - An OAuth 2.0 implementation

Code Snippet from sanction.client import Client from sanction.adapters.google import Google client = Client(Google, { "google.client_id": "myclientid", "google.client_secret": "...
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SE Chat Flagger Bot

This is a bot that sits in the MSE tavern. What does it do? Smokey sends in a spam report. You reply tp with a reason and it will flag the post accordingly. NOTES: This does not flag based on how ...
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Stacktistics: Show recent popular languages, mobile platforms and web techs based on question counts

Screenshot / Code Snippet About You may wonder what kind of languages, mobile platforms, or web technologies are most popular these days. stacktistics shows popularity of programming languages, ...
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Slack-Overflow - A programmer's best friend, now in Slack

A quick hack made in a couple of hours. A programmer's best friend, now in Slack. Search StackOverflow right from Slack without coming off as dumb. Setup is super simple and straightforward. https:/...
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StackIRC - Posting Questions from Stack Exchange Sites to IRC Channels

Screenshot http://static.quickmediasolutions.com/media/screenshots/irc.png About Similar to the Twitter feeds for each Stack Exchange site, this small IRC bot retrieves questions from any Stack ...
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sanction: a dead easy OAuth2 client Python implementation

Overview sanction is a lightweight, dead simple (67 LOC!) client implementation of the OAuth2 protocol. The major goals of the library are: Support multiple providers Most providers have varying ...
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Quick Media Solutions - The First Tool to Take Advantage of Write Access in v2.1 of the API!

Website http://quickmediasolutions.com Screenshot About Quick Media Solutions is my personal website where most of the web services and tools I have written reside. I recently rewrote the entire ...
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LaServ - A Python/Twisted based flexible command line bot/framework for Stack Exchange

LaServ (a play on Lazers, The Bridge's feedbot and '*Serv' bots, which provide IRC services ) is a Python/Twisted project that I've been poking at since the Christmas break. It's still beta quality, ...
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StackExchangePy: Python3 wrapper for StackExchange API

About StackExchangePy is another python package for StackExchange API, written in python3. License The package is under GPL3 license. Download To install it, type pip3 install stackexchangepy in ...
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Python library 2.2 API Wrapper?

Is there a Python library that encompasses the new functionality in the 2.2 API? I've seen this question and this question, and the comments indicating that libraries were being created and updated ...
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Stack Bragger (facebook app to post questions badges)

Screenshot / Code Snippet About Stack Bragger lets you brag to your Facebook friends whenever you ask new questions or earn new badges at StackOverflow, SuperUser or ServerFault. I was looking for ...
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Auto categorize questions (Placeholder)

Screenshot / Code Snippet I am just starting to write the code. Will update as I make progress. My plan is as following: Scrape about 50 questions and answers per tag from select set of websites. ...
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StackAPI - A(nother) Python wrapper

This is a(nother) Python wrapper for the Stack Exchange API. I wrote this to assist with a couple of my projects that needed to do a lot of API interactions. After using it and polishing it up for as ...
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Is there any app that could extract and manage questions from Stack Overflow?

I'm looking for help with a Stack Overflow application that could do the following things for me: Extract the top voted questions at a given date and tag Extract the answered questions of some given ...
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davidism's sandbox (placeholder)

Come visit the Python chat room to see what we're up to. Off to a "great" start.
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Scrape the site list, show sites sorted by answer ratio

About Display the list of Stack Exchange sites, with the number of questions and answers on each site, and the answer ratio (number of answers divided by the number of questions). The list is sorted ...
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Stack Monthly - Best questions in the month

About This website allows user to unearth gems which are hidden due to popular community questions. This is done by only showing most voted questions asked in that month. It allows a user to follow ...
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PyOverflow: Account statistics for Stack Overflow for Ubuntu!

I was bored, and I wanted to play with the API, so I came up with this little script: It's coded in Python and has only a single image dependency. Here is a screenshot: Here's the source code (it's ...
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RTFM: a discord bot which runs code and queries documentations

This post is to ensure the bot described can use the API with a key ; it can search questions from any SE website This bot is still in development. However a stable version is already running 24/7 (...
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XMPPExchange: An XMPP bridge for chat

Screenshots You can use it to use chat on CLI too, with the help of profanity: Note: You need to run /online when you login to enable relaying. (Quick how to use: apt-get install profanity, ...
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stack2py - A Python wrapper for API v2 [alpha]

About stack2py is a library which wraps the SE API (v2.1) for Python. It aims to provide a clean and complete interface to the user, giving them complete control and accessibility. Although, ...
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Calibre recipe for StackExchange recent question feeds

The Calibre ebook manager has a recipe system to generate ebooks from websites/news feeds in order to read them offline. The following recipe creates an ebook from all StackExchange news feeds: from ...
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Comment review – review all comments on a site (Placeholder)

A script to allow reviewing all comments on a site. Useful especially on sites where old questions tend to gather rantings and such (e.g. politics).
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How can i extract a user information on Stack Overflow using Python and stack Overflow App

I am new to python. I want to extract a user bio, answers, questions they made in Stack Overflow. Can I do that using the API? For ex: can I extract the user: name bio and number of questions answered,...
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Attribute error while using the stackoverflow api wrapper for python on IDLE

This is the code that I use to access Stack Overflow: from stackexchange import Site, StackOverflow so = stackexchange.StackOverflow() for q in so.questions(pagesize=50): print q.title It runs ...
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Why user/top-answer-tags doesn't return any results?

I userd python to call ansauthor=site.user(641) in the cooking website. then I used ansauthor.top-answer-tags However, it doesn't return anything. Then I called ansauthor.top-answer-tags.fetch() It ...
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Stacked Up Comments [Placeholder]

I'm making a moderation tool. It runs through comments from the data dump (which is downloaded and imported to a database using Stack Dump Downloader), finds those that are likely candidates for ...