Python Process

Open-source Python projects categorized as Process

Top 5 Python Process Projects

  • ps_mem

    A utility to accurately report the in core memory usage for a program

    Project mention: Why is it using that much ram? Is that a trojan? Is that a feature of the linux-tkg kernel? (nothing else is running in the background) | /r/linuxmasterrace | 2023-07-01

    I use a script I call that uses a combination of ps and which you can find here:

  • jello

    CLI tool to filter JSON and JSON Lines data with Python syntax. (Similar to jq)

    Project mention: jq 1.7 Released | | 2023-09-06

    Jello let’s you use python syntax with dot notation without the stdin/stdout/json.loads boilerplate.


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  • jellex

    TUI to filter JSON and JSON Lines data with Python syntax

  • PyMemoryEditor

    :floppy_disk: Multi-platform library developed with ctypes for reading, writing and searching process memory, in a simple and friendly way with Python 3. The package supports Windows and Linux (32-bit and 64-bit).

    Project mention: Library for Memory Scanning for Python 3 (with a GUI application) | /r/Python | 2023-11-29

    The code is on my GitHub->JeanExtreme002/PyMemoryEditor. I would also appreciate if you left a ⭐️ on the repository page if you like the project and want to see more updates!

  • backstage

    Three-speed scripting language and task automation tool (by pyrustic)

    Project mention: Show HN: Paradict – Streamable multi-format serialization with schema | | 2023-12-18

    Although most languages allow Unicode characters in identifiers, for better code portability and readability, we agree to stick to ASCII characters. Since we're already sticking to ASCII characters in our source code, I think we'll be less 'astonished' to encounter similar rules for our configuration keys (especially when a key-value pair in the Paradict configuration file looks like an instruction for variable assignment).

    > I don't get the a-z benefit in the argument case - the user must type "arg1" precisely for the argument names to match...

    Absolutely ! The user must type "arg1" precisely because this is part of the implicit agreement between the user and the system. If the user forgets to type "arg1", the default value will be taken into account. If the user adds an additional unexpected key (a typo for example), it will be stored in "kwargs" and then ignored or used to warn the user.

    I plan to build two flagship projects to leverage Paradict binary and textual formats: a lightweight database and an automation tool. The automation tool will consume a configuration file a bit like another project of mine does (

    And this is where I join you. I think we'll both agree that since a shell command is already likely to have quotes around some of its arguments, it's very annoying to put extra quotes around it. So I'm thinking of introducing a Command data type:

      # typing 'start' in the command line will run

  • WorkOS

    The modern API for authentication & user identity. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2023-12-18.

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Project Stars
1 ps_mem 1,473
2 jello 450
3 jellex 91
4 PyMemoryEditor 43
5 backstage 16
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