ANN: SPE 0.8.3.c Python IDE editor

SPE - Stani's Python Editor spe.stani.be at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 16:31:26 CET 2006


I checked the berlios site and it seems to be working. Or do you have
another problem?
Stani

Chris Seymour schreef:

> Hi Stani,
> Not able to reach Berlios.  The SourceForge page does not have the
> Windows installer.  Any ideas when it will be available?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Chris
> Bernard wrote:
> > thanks Stani!
> >
> > SPE - Stani's Python Editor wrote:
> > > 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.
> > >
> > > :**Fixes**:
> > >
> > > - 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
> > >
> > > :**Contributors**:
> > >
> > > - Andrea Gavana (NoteBookCtrl)
> > > - Alberto Griggio (wxGlade)
> > > - Michael Foord (python 2.3 + 2.5 releases for windows)
> > >
> > > :**Donations**:
> > >
> > > 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)
> > >
> > > :**Installation**:
> > >
> > > - See http://pythonide.stani.be/manual/html/manual2.html
> > >
> > > :**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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