@0x77 I do not know if it helped this time but I often find that creating that minimal script removes all the cruft and allows you to see where the problem(s) lie. Sherlock Holmes once said something similar.
@JonB Not quite. I actually built a version of the turtle module specifically for Pythonista 3, just a few months ago, and it is only available in Python 3 mode at the moment... The standard library turtle module is built on top of Tkinter, so I basically had to re-implement it from scratch, using ui-based drawing. What I've got so far is included in Pythonista 3, but a few things are missing, and I haven't documented it (or mentioned it in the release notes) because I'm not completely sure if I want to continue with this approach.
@ahenry91 I'd really love to see enough keyboard shortcuts in Pythonista that the editor, with a bluetooth keyboard, could be navigated entirely by keyboard shortcuts, without ever touching the screen.
A more complete set of key commands wouldn't be hard for @omz to implement, I guess it's just not a top priority. Anywho, this is something I'd like to see in the next update after Pythonista 3.
This seems more like a bug in StaSh to me. Somewhere in stash/bin/tar.py, os.path.abspath() is called with an argument of None. From briefly looking at the code, I'm guessing the -f/--file argument wasn't passed to the tar command as it expected.
It looks like you have a script of your own called ctypes.py in a "temp" folder. Naming your scripts like built-in modules is never a good idea, try renaming it to something like ctypes_tests.py (and restart Pythonista if that doesn't help right away).
Thanks! I think I wouldn't have noticed this myself because a German date picker looks pretty normal to me...
The reason is a workaround for a bug in the iOS simulator – I'm faking a German locale because for some reason, the keyboard language can't be changed otherwise. This obviously should never have been in the version that's built for actual devices...