[Pythonmac-SIG] entire applications in python?

David Worrall vip at avatar.com.au
Thu Oct 4 05:48:39 CEST 2007

Hi Brett,

Yep, There's plenty of us!
Many I know migrated from FORTH at one end and APL at the other ...
the important continuity being an interpretive environ. which is more  
conducing to figuring out what one is actually trying to do.
Having done that, we can crunch CPU cycles using C/Fortran etc  
libraries if needs be.

Whilst not specifically a mac thing, the python community is well  
entrenched nearly everywhere and there are some fantastic tools which  
can be integrated.
Its not a  single piece of software, nor even finished project,  but  
you might like to look at my sonipy.sourceforge.net for some toolset  
It is being developed in the first instance on OSX.

good luck!


On 04/10/2007, at 12:50 PM, Brett Calcott wrote:

> Thanks to everyone for their replies; very useful stuff.
> I must say that getting a large number of replies so quickly is also
> incredibly encouraging. It is good to know that there are people out
> there who love python and work on the mac!
> Thanks again,
> Brett
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