That makes sense, but they disappear from the easy_config display once a new choice has been made. My experience using the feature on two different iPads is the same. Once a new color selection is made, that particular control becomes permanently blank. Thereafter, when easy_config is used again, those previously used color controls remain blank. So I did an $ rm -r command and removed the StaSh folder and did a complete reinstall of StaSh in order to see those controls again—and this time left the 'tint' control alone. Success. I can see the cursor.
@Squidgyd, I made some tests with Pymunk lib and SageMathCell and if user doesn't want to create games (it needs PyGame that in SageMathCell server can't work) but only perform simulations for research or study, Pymunk and SageMathCell can work pretty well togheter.
If you want, try to download inside your Pythonista this zipped folder, extract it somewhere, open and execute script "_execute_sage.py", wait and, if you are online and your Pythonista is allowed to be online, you should see some output data and a simple t-x,y graph of a very simple simulation where a circle falls down, due to gravity, for 5 seconds from initial position x,y equal to 0,0.
In this way, by studing and following video tutorials and some documentation about Pymunk, you could create by yourself any kind of simulation scripts with your Pythonista (unfortunately no way to use PyGame as said before), that for the Pymunk calculation asks for some helps to his friend Sage ;-)
I thought of a workaround which is superior for my purposes. Redirect the downloaded file to the console:
curl "url" -H "X-API-Key: key-goes-here" > &3
Where it can be copied and pasted to a new file. If can be then read like this:
with open('outfile.json, 'r',encoding='UTF-8') as f:
This has the real advantage of preserving all of the accented vowels, etc. in the rest of the data processing. It turns out the original file was indeed UTF-8, but could not be handled by the ASCII decoder.
I ran into the same problem today. After reading through this thread I realized perhaps it had to do with having both Pythonista 2 and the new Pythonista 3 installed. I uninstalled both and reinstalled 3 and it fixed the problem.
keychain.setpassword is a Python function in the keychain module provided by Pythonista. You need to use it in Pythonista's Python console, not in Stash. (Also don't forget to run import keychain first, so you can use the keychain module in the console.)
iirc the stash git tutorial had a review of how to use ssh-keygen, and then how to upload to git. Then you can use git remote to add a link to the ssh://email@example.com/tourname/yourrepo.git url, (i usually name it sshorigin) then git push sshorigin should work. I think there is a size limit for the https in dulwich.
@dgelessus , thanks so much. Took the debug out and it works. But I am almost sure that it used to work. Maybe I am wrong.
But really, thank you. It's great it's working.
I finally got PythonAnywhere working today the way I want. I just had to watch a video :). here I just have the basic todo list example from the docs working. But I finally figured out how to install and configure a virtualenv there.