We heard you like pizza, but couldn't eat it from your Python apps. Don't worry; there's a wrapper for that... or perhaps, we should call it a box.


The Pizza Kitchen for Python

Check out what it can do:

import djorno

dinner = djorno.pizza(size = "personal",
	toppings = "black olives, tomatoes, jalepeno, sausage",
	specReq = "Draw a bear and unicorn fighting on the box.")


Bet you can't do that in C.

Lisp did it in 1960. In the time it takes your pizza to cook, a Lisp hacker could write a chef library.

On the C64, users complained the pizza was too much a square meal.

djorno is not recommended for Windows.

The Zuck knows you like pizza, and how many of your friends like pizza.