Pythonista 2 Release
Olaf last edited by
In the AppStore :-)
http://omz-software.com/pythonista/docs/ios/PIL.html talks about PIL but it would be good to make it clear that this is the Pillow implementation (a "friendly fork") of PIL.
pacco last edited by
Yep! (Or at least it's in the US Apps Store)
Thanks omz for all your hard work and effort behind this new version! I'm also impressed that you decided to offer it as a free/upgrade as there are a significant changes to the app. [more comments about this in another post]
I realize over the years Apple has gradually relaxed a number restrictions on what is accepted to be published on the App Store, but to some degree I'm still amazed at what Pythonista is able to achieve on a non-JB device. Greatly looking forward to exploring the new features (e.g., ctypes!)
Another quick note: I'm also just paranoid enough that immediately after updating the app, I'm going to sync to iTunes so I can keep a safe copy of the v2.0 Pythonista.ipa file. (Just in case Apple changes their mind on this release, for whatever reason. Sadly, there is some historical precedent in their allowing certain apps into the AppStore then later deciding they violate policy and pulling them).
RomSpy last edited by
Thanks for all of the hard work! I upgraded from the beta to version 2 with no problems, all my files are still intact.
shaun-h last edited by
First of all thanks @omz for 2.0 I have had the beta for a while now and it is great to see it made it to the App Store.
Just wanted to confirm that I have upgraded from both 1.6 beta and 1.5 and all my files appeared to be ok.
I have found a bug with 2.0 that wasn't in the beta, the Music Stats example no longer works as it appears you have removed the MediaPlayer.framework in 2.0 I assume this happened when background audio was removed.
Anyway it can be fixed by manually loading the framework just wanted to let you know as new users will probably run in to it.
upwart last edited by
I just upgraded and it looks all super! Thanks.
I have one problem with a script I'm working on. When I run it Pythonista crashes. I have dowdrilled the problem to the Scheme function load_image_file. When I remove that part of the code, everything seems to work. But when trying to load a .png file with load_image_file, Pythonista crashes.
Any idea? Work around?
Olaf last edited by Olaf
Version dates differ:
import sys print(sys.version)
yields 2.7.5 in each version of 1.5, 1.6 (beta), and 2.0, but with different dates (resp. 13 Jun 2014, 29 Nov 2015, and 19 Dec 2015)
Webmaster4o last edited by
I have also updated from the beta.
dgelessus last edited by
Just updated from the 1.6 beta to 2.0, and it went flawlessly for my standards. With the exception that the update didn't show up in the app store updates list on my iPad (I had to download it on my Mac and sync it over) and that my Springboard crashed during the update (it does that sometimes for me, especially when updating more than one app at a time). So far it looks like everything is intact.
(My device is an iPad mini 1st gen running iOS 8.4.1 32-bit.)
gregr last edited by
I updated from the 1.5 app store release...everything seemed to go fine. The only thing I noticed was that the keychain seemed to reset, and I had to re-enter the stuff I had stored there.
Loving this new release - thanks!
https://github.com/cclauss/pythonista-module-versions is now updated for:
Pythonista version 2.0 (200003) on iOS 9.2 on an iPad5,4.
A huge congratulations to @omz for this wonderful release.
If you like it, don't forget to give it a positive review in the App Store.
wradcliffe last edited by
If you are currently in the beta running under TestFlight you may not see the 2.0 release in the AppStore updates tab. You can get it to show up as an update if you just navigate over to your purchased Apps, find Pythonista 1.5.x, and then hit the download button (cloud icon). Although this causes 1.5 to get downloaded your existing data gets preserved. You will then see the update to 2.0 in the usual updates section and can download and install the new release. So it is like doing a downgrade/upgrade process which is a bit scary but seems to be fine. Worked for me :-)
As @omz says - it is wise to do a backup just in case.
iBayern last edited by
Thank you very much for this excellent update....I would like to know, according to apple restrictions, is it possible in the future you add modules like "scipy" to pythonista.
Olaf last edited by ccc
wnMark last edited by
@omz thank you for releasing version 2.0! I am using version 1.5 since christmas time 2015. I am very happy to found this App. I am using Pythonista with iPad Pro and Apple Smart Keyboard
Phuket2 last edited by
I will point out I also had a seamless upgrade from 1.6 -> 2.0, except from what the guys have already mentioned above about it not appearing as update, I had to go to the product on the Apple Store. I even had 1.6 running in the background when I did the update 😱 If I had remembered I would have closed it down. But it's amazing how far installers have come over the years.
omz last edited by ccc
Your homepage omz-software.com still has the old >>> Pythonista logo (instead of the new shining >)
Thanks, should be fixed now.
Probably a caching issue, should fix itself when you reload the page.
cook last edited by
Really like the new version @omz !
Thanks for your hard work! Take a vacation!
I don't know if this is reported somewhere else, or if others have the problem. In the extended keyboard, the keys that have extra options (example: / turns into \ +\t +\n ) do not open up the pop ups to get those extra options.
I tried enabling the numbers extension and the pop ups work for the top row with the numbers but not the bottom row for punctuation etc.
Sorry if this was already posted!
Webmaster4o last edited by
@cook same here