Synonyms for python_bindings or Related words with python_bindings

wxwidgets              pygtk              gui_toolkit              python_ruby              pyqt              actionscript              wxpython              perl_perl              ocaml              uclibc              gnu_octave              qml              ncurses              vbscript              jscript              opencv              jquery              precompiled              msvc              sqlite              mingw              jython              perl_python              widget_toolkit              node_js              tcl_tk              vb_net              libxml              emacs_lisp              haxe              toolchain              pcre              xlib              scipy              powershell              datamelt              pyside              gpl_licensed              frontend              vtk              posix_threads              clojure              eclipse_ide              fltk              winrt              javascript_api              python_perl              python_scripting              borland_delphi              applescript             

Examples of "python_bindings"
OMPL is written in C++ but also offers Python bindings.
Recently the well-known Boost C++ Libraries acquired Boost:MPI which included the MPI Python Bindings. This is of particular help for mixing C++ and Python. Boost:MPI's Python bindings still have unfixed packaging bugs in CentOS.
A public API exists for controlling instances. Open source Python bindings are available on GitHub.
Additional Python bindings to simplify matrix multiplication operations can be found in the program "pycublas".
eric is written in Python and uses the PyQt Python bindings for the Qt GUI toolkit.
Python bindings of the widely used computer vision library OpenCV utilize NumPy arrays to store and operate on data.
Python-Ogre is unique from the Ogre3D engine it is based upon as it comes pre-bundled with Python bindings and demos for many other support libraries.
SIP was originally developed in 1998 for PyQt — the Python bindings for the Qt GUI toolkit — but is suitable for generating bindings for any C or C++ library.
VIGRA runs on the three major operating systems (Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux). Since version 1.7.1, VIGRA provides Python bindings based on numpy framework.
New in 2.2.0: Response Rate Limiting white listing, support for URI (RFC 7553) and CAA (RFC 6844) resource record types, interactive mode for 'knotc', new control interface for the server including simple Python bindings.
The OpenEXR library is developed in C++ and is available in source format as well as compiled format for Microsoft Windows, macOS and Linux. Python bindings for the library are also available.
HippoDraw can read and write files in an XML-based format, astrophysics FITS files, data objects produced by ROOT (optional), and via the Python bindings, anything that can be read/written by Python (HDF5, for instance, via PyTables).
The Blender Game Engine uses a system of graphical "logic bricks" (a combination of "sensors", "controllers" and "actuators") to control the movement and display of objects. The game engine can also be extended via a set of Python bindings.
CDK is a library written in C that provides a collection of widgets for text user interfaces (TUI) development. The widgets wrap ncurses functionality to make writing full screen curses programs faster. Perl and Python bindings are also available.
Deluge is a BitTorrent client written in Python. Deluge is cross-platform, using a front and back end architecture where libtorrent, a software library written in C++ which provides the application's networking logic, is connected to one of various front ends (including a text console, a Web interface, and a graphical desktop interface using GTK+) through the project's own Python bindings.
ORBit is a CORBA 2.4 compliant Object Request Broker (ORB). It features mature C, C++ and Python bindings, and less developed bindings for Perl, Lisp, Pascal, Ruby, and Tcl. Most of the code is distributed under the LGPL license, although the IDL compiler and utilities use the GPL.
Over time there was increasing development of Annodex technology from the open-source community, starting with Debian packages by Jamie Wilkinson, Python bindings by Ben Leslie, and Perl bindings by Angus Lees. The command-line authoring tools were completed early in 2001, whilst being continually updated to adhere to the current Version 3 of the Annodex annotation standards by 2005.
Nominally, OggConvert is a GNOME utility, but depends only on the GStreamer Python bindings package and uses GTK+ libraries, allowing it to run in a number of desktop environments. An Experimental Windows version exists and limited support is offered for Solaris and macOS, as the author is unable to test on these platforms.
In addition to the original C++, the LZMA SDK contains reference implementations of LZMA compression and decompression ported to ANSI C, C#, and Java. There are also third-party Python bindings for the C++ library, as well as ports of LZMA to Pascal, Go and Ada.
An independent 3rd party software developer utilised the Python bindings to LMDB in a high-performance environment and published, on the prominent technical news site Slashdot, how the system managed to successfully sustain 200,000 simultaneous read, write and delete operations per second (a total of 600,000 database operations per second)