[Pythonmac-SIG] xcode as IDE?
ronaldoussoren at mac.com
Sun Feb 12 09:20:49 CET 2006
On 12-feb-2006, at 4:39, I. Vinogradov wrote:
> Hello All,
> while on the topic of IDEs, would it be possible to somehow adapt
> to the task? It has Python keyword highlight, and PyObjC is one of the
> possible types of documents.
Xcode isn't a very useful python environment right now. It is basicly
a complicated text editor with syntax coloring support. I'd very much
to see good Python support in Xcode to make it easier to use Xcode's
for Python scripts, but that is not going to happen without support from
I have filed a feature request at Apple to implement Python support
or at least open up the Xcode APIs to make it possible to do this
Please file another feature request (at bugreport.apple.com), more
for a feature seems to give the request more weight at Apple.
BTW. PyObjC is one of the possible types of projects because
includes a number of project and file templates.
> I have some vague notion that perhaps a pure python file template can
> be made, that uses framework installation and all. Is something like
> that even possible?
That is easy, but see above (and Bob's mail) for reasons why this is not
> Regards, Ivan.
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