[Pythonmac-SIG] PackageManager link broken?

Glenn Andreas gandreas at delver.com
Wed Sep 24 15:33:48 EDT 2003

>On Wed, 24 Sep 2003, Bob Ippolito wrote:
>>  I enjoy PyObjC development and wouldn't mind writing a PyObjC
>>  equivalent to Package Manager.. it wouldn't be very big or hard to
>>  maintain, and it would have the added benefit of being intuitive for a
>>  user of other Cocoa applications.  Another thing is that a PyObjC
>- and if it is in PyObjC you will have some enthusiastic offers of help to
>maintain it. The past few weeks I have been getting more into Cocoa
>development with PyObjC, working my way through the 'Building Applications
>with Cocoa' and doing the examples in Python in stead of Objective-C.
>It is just SUCH a pleasure developing GUI apps for OS X with PyObjC.
>Hats off, and thanks to Ronald, BillB and others for the amazing work!

Plus, this almost seems like the sort of thing that could also be 
integrated into an IDE.  Now if there was only an IDE written with 
PyObjC - oh, wait (looks a computer under desk), here's one.  Does 
this seem like something worth integrating into PyOXIDE?  Or would 
that be "yet another Package Manager too many"?

(BTW, any opposition to PyOXIDE requiring WebKit be installed?  It 
would make rendering of the online help browsers look much nicer - is 
there any one who wouldn't have Safari installed?)
Glenn Andreas                      gandreas at delver.com 
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