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Cethric last edited by
@omz is it possible now that we have access to objc classes with in Pythonista 2 and 3 that as well as providing documentation for the python modules you could also provide documentation for the internal ObjC classes that pythonista uses? (I understand that this is a closed source project, but now that we can access pretty much any C interface within pythonista, it would help if when we wanted to modify pythonista. Instead of using trial and error to find out about what a method does we could use the documentation (less chance of breaking something))
I only ask this because I am considering creating a system similar to how InteliJ Idea handles breakpoints and a visual method for showing subclassing and method overriding, and it would help if I knew where to look to be able to change line numbers and what is displayed on them.
Webmaster4o last edited by
@Cethric Definately! I'd love this! This could be something available in the app but not online, which would keep it relatively closed-source.
filippocld last edited by filippocld
It would be very cool :-)