ANN: SPE 0.8.2.a Python IDE: configure styles, interactive terminals & ubuntu

Claudio Grondi claudio.grondi at freenet.de
Thu Jan 26 17:40:21 CET 2006


SPE - Stani's Python Editor wrote:
> Release news from http://pythonide.stani.be
> 
> This is an important a bugfix release for all platforms.  As new
> features it can customize your fonts and colors (styles), supports
> interactive terminals and has improved support for Ubuntu.
> 
> Thanks to Marco Ferreira there will be very soon a debian package to
> install SPE easily and create an entry in the start menu on debian
> based linux distro's such as Ubuntu.  I'm also in contact with Matthias
> Klose to make an updated SPE available with the Ubuntu Dapper Drake
> release.
> 
> :**New features**:
> 
> - Configurable style editor for fonts and colors (Idle, ...)
> (Preferences>Editor>Configure styles)
> - Inspect interactively after running script in terminal (Tools>Run in
> terminal F9)
> - Debian installer for Ubuntu, Xandros, etc... by Marco Ferreira
> 
> :**Fixes**:
> 
> - dot bug after ')'
> - prevent unsplitting by double clicking sidebar sash
> - tar.gz archive shrinked to 65% of its original size (only 833kb!)
> - Linux: fix for the Browser (tested on Ubuntu)
> - Linux: added firefox to webbrowser list and is default browser if
> present
> - Linux: run in terminal for konsole and gnome-terminal
> - Linux: sidebar fits better around it contents
> - Mac: sash is enlarged to 6 pixels
> - Mac: new feature: browser in sidebar (for wxPython 2.6.2+)
> - Linux & Mac: a lot of visual glitches are fixed
> - Windows: SPE shortcut in Windows start menu works again
> - Windows: Run in terminal input
> - Windows: NotebookCtrl fixed
> 
> 
> :**Manual**:
> 
> - Installation: added section for Ubuntu and Debian systems.
> - Tutorial: the SPE tutorial has been completely rewritten by Dimitri
> to be up to date with the latest version (review and leave your
> comments at http://www.serpia.org/spe ...)
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Claudio

> - global revision
> 
> :**Donations**:
> 
> - Marco Ferreira (Debian installers)
> 
> :**Donations**:
> 
> These donators can request the pdf manual:
> 
> - Harry Miktarian (16.10 euro)
> - Amit Antebi (10 euro)
> - Steven Hepple (10 euro)
> 
> The development of SPE is driven by donations.
> 
> :**Installation**:
> 
> - See http://pythonide.stani.be/manual/html/manual2.html
> - For ubuntu: dpkg -i spe.deb (be sure to have pythonX.X-dev installed)
> 
> :**Development**:
> 
> - http://developer.berlios.de/mail/?group_id=4161
> 
> 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).
> 



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