ANN: SPE 0.8.3.c Python IDE editor
This is a maintenance release (mostly bug fixing) to prove that SPE is alive and well! In case you are using wxPython2.7 you'll need to upgrade to this release. Submitted patches will be reviewed and included if approved for next release. Thanks for all your patient support and continuing donations.
The SPE 0.8.2.a release got downloaded 110550 times on berlios and sourceforge together. Not bad. This means SPE has not seen an update for a while or is getting very popular. Maybe both ;-)
Installers are available for python 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5 for Windows and as a rpm including wxPython. Other operating systems can choose the no-setup.zip or targ.gz archives. A .deb archive is being prepared for Debian Linux systems such as Ubuntu.
wxGlade is unfortunately not compatible with wxPython2.7. So if you want to use, you'll need wxPython2.6.
- output is now done with a fixed font - uml.py is now again a stand alone demo - upgraded and fixed wxGlade - fixed for wxPython2.7 (and still backwards compatible with wxPython2.6) - updated NotebookCtrl
- Andrea Gavana (NoteBookCtrl) - Alberto Griggio (wxGlade) - Michael Foord (python 2.3 + 2.5 releases for windows)
The development of SPE is driven by donations. Each of these donors receives the pdf manual in thanks for their support of SPE.
- James Carroll (60 euro) - John DeRosa (50 euro) - Fumph LLC (50 euro) - Ronald Britton (40 euro) - David Downes (40 euro) - Jorge Carrillo (40 euro) - Nicolas Berney (40 euro) - Francois Schnell (30 euro) - Olivier Cortes (30 euro) - Ayrshire Business Consulting Limited (30 euro) - Chris White (25 euro) - Thomas Wengerek (20 euro) - John Rudolph (20 euro) - Michael O'Keefe (20 euro) - Michael Brickenstein (20 euro) - Richard Walkington (20 euro) - Oliver Tomic (20 euro) - Jose Maria Cortes Arnal (20 euro) - Jeffrey Emminger (20 euro) - Eric Pederson (20 $) - Charles Bosson (15 euro) - Angelo Caruso (15 euro) - Chris Hengge (15 $) - Loïc Allys (15 euro) - Marcin Chojnowski (15 euro) - Boris Krasnoiarov (15 euro) - Paul Furber (15 euro) - Gary Robson (15 euro) - Ralf Wieseler (15 euro) - Samuel Schulenburg (10 euro) - Leland Hulbert II (10 euro) - Javier De La Mata Viader (10 euro) - Dorman Musical Instruments (10 euro) - Jaroslaw Sliwinski (10 euro) - Alessandro Patelli (10 euro) - James Pretorius (10 euro) - Richard Wayne Garganta (10 euro) - Maurizio Bracchitta (10 euro) - Larry Lynch (10 euro) - Kay Fricke (10 euro) - Henrik Binggl (10 euro) - Jerol Harrington (10 euro) - Victor Adan (10 euro) - James Fuqua (10 euro) - Christian Seberino (5 euro) - Serge Smeesters (5 euro) - Jarek Libert (5 euro) - Robin Friedrich (5 euro) - Udo Rabe (5 euro) - Roch Leduc (4 euro) - Rha Diseno y Desarrollo (2 euro)
- See http://pythonide.stani.be/manual/html/manual2.html
About SPE: SPE is a python IDE with auto-indentation, auto completion, call tips, syntax coloring, uml viewer, syntax highlighting, class explorer, source index, auto todo list, sticky notes, integrated pycrust shell, python file browser, recent file browser, drag&drop, context help, ... Special is its blender support with a blender 3d object browser and its ability to run interactively inside blender. Spe integrates with XRCed (gui designer) and ships with wxGlade (gui designer), PyChecker (source code doctor), Kiki (regular expression console) and WinPdb (remote, multi-threaded debugger).
The development of SPE is driven by its donations. Anyone who donates can ask for an nice pdf version of the manual without ads (74 pages).
SPE - Stani's Python Editor