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Hi All,

I'm pleased to announce that PyPad (Python environment for iOS) 2.7.1
Update 4 is now available in the iTunes App Store. New in this version
is the ability to create custom modules. Modules can be independent or
can include other user modules to build larger frame works.

Plans for future versions include:
Improved cursor handling in interactive mode.
Access to the interactive command history.
Modules to access iOS specific functionality.
Additional documentation.
Syntax highlighting.
Improved script debugging support.

Regards,

Jon

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  • AlienBaby at Jun 28, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    On Jun 23, 2:07?pm, Jon Dowdall wrote:
    Hi All,

    I'm pleased to announce that PyPad (Python environment for iOS) 2.7.1
    Update 4 is now available in the iTunes App Store. New in this version
    is the ability to create custom modules. Modules can be independent or
    can include other user modules to build larger frame works.

    Plans for future versions include:
    Improved cursor handling in interactive mode.
    Access to the interactive command history.
    Modules to access iOS specific functionality.
    Additional documentation.
    Syntax highlighting.
    Improved script debugging support.

    Regards,

    Jon
    Hi Jon,

    I would be interested in having a play with this. How is it restricted
    when running in the iPad?

    thanks,

    Matt.
  • Franck Ditter at Jun 30, 2011 at 8:30 am
    Any Python 3 planned ?

    franck

    In article
    <b81ddfa6-053a-49a4-8431-889ef24ebd34 at y13g2000yqy.googlegroups.com>,
    AlienBaby wrote:
    On Jun 23, 2:07?pm, Jon Dowdall wrote:
    Hi All,

    I'm pleased to announce that PyPad (Python environment for iOS) 2.7.1
    Update 4 is now available in the iTunes App Store. New in this version
    is the ability to create custom modules. Modules can be independent or
    can include other user modules to build larger frame works.

    Plans for future versions include:
    Improved cursor handling in interactive mode.
    Access to the interactive command history.
    Modules to access iOS specific functionality.
    Additional documentation.
    Syntax highlighting.
    Improved script debugging support.

    Regards,

    Jon
    Hi Jon,

    I would be interested in having a play with this. How is it restricted
    when running in the iPad?

    thanks,

    Matt.

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