This is the community forum for my apps Pythonista and Editorial.
For individual support questions, you can also send an email. If you have a very short question or just want to say hello — I'm @olemoritz on Twitter.
Let me hear about your current projects!
Sebastian last edited by
My pixel art editor is coming along great! Needs some cleanup in the code, but I think I'll share it later today.
brumm last edited by
@dgelessus: Thank you, very kind.
JadedTuna last edited by
I am working on pcista (porting scene and sound modules to PC) and keyboard made using scene module. Getting ready for school takes me a lot of time, so I am working pretty slowly :]
Dann239 last edited by
WIP: but it's in the general direction. Openweather is convinced it only rains here. I'm using the Climacons set with their weather condition codes, it looks nice when I use another location so I see varied icons.
@Dann Really cool design
techteej last edited by
@Dann that design looks fabulous.
Shambhala last edited by
@Dann That looks amazing
ZGainsforth last edited by
I've got a slew of scripts to do quick computations while doing experiments. For example, I often need to get the wavelength of an x-ray and an electron moving close to the speed of light. I have a numpy script that spits these values out for me depending on the experiment conditions. ;-)
JonB last edited by
Working on a functional source line debugger for pythonista. Basically an extension of pdb that interfaces with a webview containing a syntax highlighting editarea, to highlight line of current frame. Got the bones working, need to get ui in order.
ihf last edited by
@JonB Sounds potentially quite useful. BTW, when I just tried doing an import pdb and placing a pdb.set_trace() in a program, the program paused at the point of the trace and the console showed (pdb) but I was unable to use n to step through the program. Am I doing this incorrectly?
Tried again with another script and it worked fine...strange.
dgelessus last edited by
Haven't posted any of my projects yet, so here we go:
A UI for Shellista, currently only with basic command history buttons, but more to come. This may get pulled into transistor1's repo.
And (not quite ready yet) a program/package manager-ish thing that supports un/installing of programs, optionally with multiple files, different install locations (e. g. site-packages), dependency installation, and primitive versioning and updating.
The program metadata is downloaded from two JSON files currently hosted on my multipurpose repo, though additional ones can be added. (pythonista-scripts?) This is not meant to replace pipista, though I might integrate it at some point.
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