[Pythonmac-SIG] ANN: PyOXIDE 0.7.0 - Cocoa based Python IDE
gandreas at gandreas.com
Sun Oct 3 16:56:06 CEST 2004
PyOXIDE 0.7.0 is now available for abuse. There has been some major
work rewriting internal file tracking/meta data handle to support
some improvements in breakpoints - PyOXIDE now supports conditional
breakpoints, tracepoints (will print out an expression and continue),
"sound points" (play a sound), pause points (pauses in the debugger
for a moment and continues), and the ability to disable specific
breakpoints. There has also been other debugger work done to improve
external debugging (breakpoints work much better) and project
debugging (still a few rough ends).
There are also a number of other improvements (such as an "imports"
popup to quickly go to the imported file) and other such things (such
as "find all" in a file). This version will also try to run scripts
with the current directory set to where the script lives (previously
it just set up the search path to include that).
PyOXIDE 0.7.0 has only been tested with 10.3, but should work with
10.2 (assuming it can find the python framework). The sources are
built using XCode 1.2 on 10.3.
PyOXIDE 0.7.0 is now available on my idisk (as PyOXIDE_0.7.0.dmg):
from the pather finder, "connect to other public folder" and
type in "gandreas"
or hopefully you should just be able to "check for update" from
within PyOXIDE itself.
If you want to build from source, you'll need to get
PyOXIDE_Src_0.7.0.dmg, and IDEKit_0.3.0.dmg (also built XCode 1.2 on
10.3). IDEKit_0.3.0.dmg is found either on the idisk above or
<http://projects.gandreas.com/idekit/> PyOXIDE source is covered
under a BSD-style license. The IDEKit framework is covered under
LGPL, so you can freely link it in other projects.
Glenn Andreas gandreas at gandreas.com
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