SPE 0.7.3.A with Blender, wxGlade and PyChecker support

s_t_a_n_i at gmx.net s_t_a_n_i at gmx.net
Thu Mar 24 01:33:31 CET 2005

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 ships with wxGlade
(gui designer), PyChecker (source code doctor) and Kiki (regular
expression console). Spe is extensible with wxGlade.

This is a fix release for wxPython

If you like SPE, please contribute by coding, writing documentation or

Also I would like to thank Michael Foord, who made SPE part of a new
distribution, called "movable python". It gives you the possibility to
carry your favorite developping environment on a USB stick. So you can
continue your work on any computer or test your modules for different
python versions. This distribution opens a lot of new possibilities,
check it out!! For more info, visit

:Batteries included:
  - Kiki:
      Regular Expression (regex) console. For more info:
  - PyChecker:
      PyChecker is a tool for finding bugs in python source code. It
      finds problems that are typically caught by a compiler for
      less dynamic languages, like C and C++. It is similar to lint.
      For more info: http://pychecker.sourceforge.net
  - wxGlade:
      wxGlade is a GUI designer written in Python with the
      popular GUI toolkit wxPython, that helps you create
      wxWindows/wxPython user interfaces. As you can guess by the
      name, its model is Glade, the famous GTK+/GNOME GUI builder,
      with which wxGlade shares the philosophy and the look & feel
      (but not a line of code). For more info:

:New features:
    - None

:Bug fixes:
    - wxPython

    - Gerard Blais

  - None

  - full python 2.3+
  - wxpython
  - optional blender 2.35+

    - Homepage:     http://spe.pycs.net
    - Website:      http://projects.blender.org/projects/spe/
    - Screenshots:  http://spe.pycs.net/pictures/index.html
    - Forum:        http://projects.blender.org/forum/?group_id=30
    - RSS feed:     http://spe.pycs.net/weblog/rss.xml

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