This is a Content Management System built on Python & itools, among
other features ikaaro provides:
- content and document management (index&search, metadata, etc.)
- multilingual user interfaces and content
- high level modules: wiki, forum, tracker, etc.
This release brings a few new features.
The new events log (log/events) keeps information about the database
activity. The debug log has been removed, and now debugging data is
recorded in the events log.
The tracker has a new field named "CC", so any user in the "CC" list
will be notified with an email every time the issue changes.
There are three new views: "backlinks", "orphans" and "broken_links".
Useful for maintenance purposes, these views leverage the mechanism
for referencial integrity introduced in the previous release.
Many bugs have been fixed, including #108, #205, #207, #215, #222,
#224, #225, #227, #228, #230, #231, #238, #239 and #240.
J. David Ibáñez
Itaapy <http://www.itaapy.com> Tel +33 (0)1 42 23 67 45
9 rue Darwin, 75018 Paris Fax +33 (0)1 53 28 27 88
I am pleased to announce that PyCon 2008 registration is now open!
Early-bird registration is open until February 20, so there's one
month to register at the low rates. Regular on-line registration will
be available from February 21 through March 7.
PyCon 2008 will be held from March 13 through 20 in Chicago:
* Tutorials: Thursday, March 13
* Conference: Friday, March 14, through Sunday, March 16
* Sprints: Monday, March 17 through Thursday, March 20
Register early, especially if you'd like to attend a tutorial or
three, as tutorials fill up early. And yes, you heard that correctly
-- this year, we have three tutorial sessions: morning, afternoon, and
evening. There are 29 great tutorials to choose from. More about the
tutorials soon, but for now, you can check out the descriptions
yourself here: http://us.pycon.org/2008/tutorials/schedule/
The talk schedule is also up (in a preliminary form), although some
changes are expected: http://us.pycon.org/2008/conference/schedule/
Hotel reservations are also open:
The rate is $99/night plus tax ($112/night net), also until
February 20. More hotel information is here:
See the PyCon web site for complete details:
Thanks to the PyCon organizers for developing the software, providing
the website content, testing & debugging. PyCon is a community
conference, of, by, and for the Python community. There is still
much to do, and you can help!
See you in Chicago!
PyCon 2008 Chair
I released new versions of PYFS (remote access to Linux,Windows->S60 via
bluetooth), PSSC (webcam and screen-capture S60->Linux,Windows) and VNC60
(access linux-display from your S60).
Starting from here: http://mulinux.sunsite.dk/python/projects.html you can
find also some flash video as demo.
The new versions runs in S60 2nd (tested on Nokia N70) and S60 3nd (tested
on Nokia N95 8GB).
I will be gratefuf if someone can try the self-signed versions (using
Windows or Linux) and report me the result.
We are proud to announce the release of Resolver One, version 1.0 -
the largest IronPython application in the world, we think, at 30,000
lines of production code backed up by 110,000 lines of unit and
Resolver One is a Rapid Application Development tool for analysing and
presenting business data using a familiar spreadsheet interface,
combined with a powerful IronPython-based scripting capability that
allows you to insert your own code directly into the recalculation
loop. It's free for non-commercial use (and for the introductory
period quite cheap for commercial use :-), so if you would like to
take a look, you can download it from our website (free registration
MD & CTO, Resolver Systems Ltd.
+44 (0) 20 7253 6372
Try out Resolver One! <http://www.resolversystems.com/get-it/>
(Free registration required)
17a Clerkenwell Road, London EC1M 5RD, UK
VAT No.: GB 893 5643 79 Registered in England and Wales as company
Registered address: 843 Finchley Road, London NW11 8NA, UK
The first stable/production version of pyglet has been released.
pyglet provides an object-oriented programming interface for
developing games and other visually-rich applications for Windows, Mac
OS X and Linux. Some of the features of pyglet are:
* No external dependencies or installation requirements. For most
application and game requirements, pyglet needs nothing else besides
Python, simplifying distribution and installation.
* Take advantage of multiple windows and multi-monitor desktops.
pyglet allows you to use as many windows as you need, and is fully
aware of multi-monitor setups for use with fullscreen games.
* Load images, sound, music and video in almost any format. pyglet
can optionally use AVbin to play back audio formats such as MP3,
OGG/Vorbis and WMA, and video formats such as DivX, MPEG-2, H.264, WMV
pyglet is provided under the BSD open-source license, allowing you to
use it for both commercial and other open-source projects with very
CodeInvestigator version 0.7.0 was released on January 17.
A new feature was added:
CodeInvestigator helps you return to your code after you have
scrolled away from it.
Lines are marked so you can locate them and scroll back to them.
Lines are marked after you have looked at them for at least 3
You can adjust this period in 'Settings'.
CodeInvestigator is a tracing tool for Python programs.
Running a program trough CodeInvestigator creates a recording.
Program flow, function calls, variable values and conditions are all
stored for every line the program executes.
The recording is then viewed with an interface consisting of the
code. The code can be clicked: A clicked variable displays its value,
a clicked loop displays its iterations.
You read code, and have at your disposal all the run time details of
that code. A computerized desk check tool and another way to learn
about your program.
We're happy to announce version 3.0.3 of Wing IDE, an advanced development
environment for the Python programming language. It is available from:
This release focuses on fixing some usability issues found in Wing 3.0.2,
including fixes for input handling in Debug I/O, Zope debugging on
64-bit Linux, several emacs and vi mode improvements, and about 34
See the change log for details:
It is a free upgrade for all Wing 3.0 users.
*About Wing IDE*
Wing IDE is an integrated development environment for the Python programming
language. It provides powerful debugging, editing, code intelligence,
testing, and search capabilities that reduce development and debugging
time, cut down on coding errors, and make it easier to understand
and navigate Python code.
New features added in Wing 3.0 include:
* Multi-threaded debugger
* Debug value tooltips in editor, debug probe, and interactive shell
* Autocompletion and call tips in debug probe and interactive shell
* Automatically updating project directories
* Testing tool, currently supporting unittest derived tests (*)
* OS Commands tool for executing and interacting with external commands (*)
* Rewritten indentation analysis and conversion (*)
* Introduction of Wing IDE 101, a free edition for beginning programmers
* Available as a .deb package for Debian and Ubuntu
* Support for Stackless Python
* Support for 64 bit Python on Windows and Linux
(*)'d items are available in Wing IDE Professional only.
System requirements are Windows 2000 or later, OS X 10.3.9 or later for PPC or
Intel (requires X11 Server), or a recent Linux system (either 32 or 64 bit).
*Purchasing & Upgrading*
Wing IDE Professional & Wing IDE Personal are commercial software and require
a license to run. To upgrade a 2.x license or purchase a new 3.x license:
Any 2.x license sold after May 2nd 2006 is free to upgrade; others cost
1/2 the normal price to upgrade.
The Wingware Team
Wingware | Python IDE
Advancing Software Development