Return a string representing the current working directory. Availability: Unix, Windows.
import os
print os.getcwd()

import sys, os
print sys.path[0]

will print the directory where this script resides.
additionally you can use


to get the filename of the script. to join the two do

os.path.join(sys.path[0], sys.argv[0])

when a disk cannot be ejected due to a process having an open file,
can use:
lsof | grep [disk path part]

to find the process

: search-index-text.txt
Blog: Less is more – Whoosh
Blog: Python performance is a fool's errand – Whoosh
Blog: Of course! – Whoosh
Python Package Index : Whoosh 0.1.24
GettingStarted – Whoosh
UserGuide – Whoosh
ApiDocs – Whoosh
Whoosh | Google Groups
How to Think Like a Computer Scientist — How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Learning with Python v2nd Edition documentation
Dive Into Python
Dive Into Python

remember that colors are (usually) specified as floating point numbers with values between 0 and 1.0
pyglet colors - Google Search
Stretching pyglet's Wings
Drawing a grid (with lines) - pyglet-users | Google Groups

started [2009.07.06 09:55:50]
sage notebook - Google Search
Sage - Tour
Sage - Components
Sage (mathematics software) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
SymPy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

have seen other solutions
see notes in SRL repo links