[Baypiggies] Speaking of Wave
voidref at gmail.com
Sat Nov 21 00:25:55 CET 2009
That's exactly why I wrote it (I didn't actually know about ksyntaxy when I
If there is interest, I can work on doing one of the 15 minute presentations
on what it takes to get started writing a python wave bot.
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 3:23 PM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:
> Thank you, Alan :) It's very cool.... :) And, a nice demonstration of
> what can be done with Python and Google Wave. :)
> I can see this as a great way to post code snippets, collaborate, do
> code-reviews, and have full discussions without having to paste the code to
> a link, click the link, irc someone about the link, etc.... Even making
> changes on the fly and having the syntax checker show where syntax errors
> I definitely see this as a way to get direct, interactive help on a piece
> of code as we're working away....
> On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 2:54 PM, Alan Westbrook <voidref at gmail.com>wrote:
>> At the behest of Glen I am letting everyone know I wrote a syntax
>> highlighting bot for it.
>> The bot pretty much uses the same engine as the ksyntaxy one, but there
>> are a couple of improvements over it, and it's a little more linear and more
>> commented (although probably aslo has some bugs).
>> If anyone is interested, let me know, I can put it up somewhere.
>> Or if you have a wave account, I can add you to the wave that I used to
>> show it to Glen!
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