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This page is still under development, and is not yet ready for general use. But you're allowed to peek <wink>!


This page grew out of a frequently asked question on CompLangPython:

  • Are there any large projects written in Python?

While the answer is unambiguously Yes!, it's a little bit trickier than that. For instance, we needed some clear way of defining how large a project is. And there were issues about people who wanted/didn't want attribution, and projects whose existance had to be kept secret (if we told you, we'd have to kill you...).

We decided to use [http://starship.python.net/crew/gherman/playground/pycount/ pycount] to size the programs, and arbitrarily declared that any program of more than FILL_THIS_IN lines was "large".

The following list is the result of that effort. Please feel free to add YOUR project as well! But not yet!




Size (loc)


Last Updated

Python (the language)



The parts of the Python project written in Python



Will Guaraldi, Joshua Berne, Lyn Adams Headley


Extensible Mud cllient and framework


LargePythonProjects (last edited 2012-10-10 21:12:24 by RemkoNoteboom)

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