|| at Apr 30, 2011 at 8:40 pm
On 30 apr, 10:30, jmfauth wrote:
On 29 avr, 23:01, Kruptein wrote:
On 29 apr, 20:25, jmfauth wrote: On 28 avr, 22:16, Kruptein wrote: On 28 apr, 07:46, jmfauth wrote:
On 27 avr, 19:22, Alec Taylor wrote:
Thanks, any plans for a Windows version?
- Download the deb
- Unpack it with a utility like 7zip
- Throw away the unnecessary stuff, (keep the "deditorpart")
- Depending on your libs, adatpt the "import"
- Then ...
In fact, this kind of app can be simply packed in a zip file.
It isn't that easy as you might have hoped ;) ?I'm using wxpython for
rendering the GUI ?somehow some things that work in the linux version
break in the windows version ?so I need to do some small
modifications ?and as I'm a hardcore linux fan I ony use windows for
gaming it usually takes a little longer for a windows release, ?I'm
releasing a tarball now btw :D
Sure, it is doable. I have done it (I only tweak the
import in such a way, that it does not import modules
not installed in my machine, like not importing paramiko).
Your application is just a normal application which uses
a Python environment, independently from the platform.
wxPython does not play something special. Exemple, the
wxPython demo can be installed in any dir, even on external
PS I have no special interest indeditor, except I like
to see what is done with wxPython.
The problem had to do with the configuration panel which displayed
wrong in windows but right in linux. ?I fixed it and it should now
actually work on both :p
(and the paramiko import error was because I had forgooten to do a try/
except block somewhere in my plugin management..)
the windows source zip file is online, ? Alec can make an installer if
he wants :)
Quick tips, hints, "pedagogical" advices:
- Distributing a zip or a tarball does not matter. By
not distributing a deb and distributing the Py scripts,
you just make your app available for everybody (eg.
the wxPython demo)
- The main problem in your app is not the os. wxPython
runs quite smoothly on all platforms.
- Critical: I can not enter text and the text is not
displayed correctly in the editing part of your app.
Once again, this is not an os issue. The
wx.stc.StyledTextCtrl is not a simple widget to master.
- Best wishes for your project.
thanks for the advice, however I do want to know on which os you are
and which python version you use.
As I have never had any problems with not being able to enter text.
And about the os problem:
I always code on linux, my first version of this release worked
perfectly on linux, then I tried it on windows and I found out that
there was some bug that linux ignored but windows complained about
now it is fixed and is indeed cross-platform.
And I chat on #python and #wxpython almost every day/week so I do know
who to contact in case of problems ;)
and styledtextctrl is indeed a pain in the ass some times :p