[Idle-dev] IDLE on OSX
Guido van Rossum
guido at python.org
Fri May 12 06:51:24 CEST 2006
In the specific case of IDLE I'd await Kurt Kaiser's judgement. He
sometimes disappears for a week -- who knows why, sometimes it's
blamed on his ISP.
On 5/11/06, Neal Norwitz <nnorwitz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm pretty good about reviewing all checkins. Though I'm pretty bad
> about reviewing patchs on SF. -- n
> On 5/11/06, Ronald Oussoren <ronaldoussoren at mac.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have done some work in making IDLE a (slightly) better MacOSX
> > citizen, mostly by moving some menu's around (such as having an IDLE-
> > >About IDLE menu). Those changes are currently only in the python24-
> > fat tree.
> > There's more to do to get an application that doesn't look totally
> > out of place. From the top of my head:
> > * The resize handle in the lower right corner of the editor and shell
> > windows obscures part of the status bar
> > * Popup windows (such as the preferences window) look totally wrong
> > * I don't think it is currently possible to associate IDLE
> > with .py/.pyw files
> > * General tweakage of window & menu layout to improve the look of
> > things.
> > I have two questions regarding all of this:
> > 1. Is there someone reading this list that uses a mac and would like
> > to work on this? These tweaks were my first encounter with tkinter,
> > which makes progress slow ;-).
> > 2. Does someone want to review patches to IDLE or can I just checkin?
> > So-much-to-do-and-so-little-time-ly yours,
> > Ronald
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