Xcode Template for Pythonista
so, this may be a stupid question, but my understanding of this problem is that
fileis running locally, and is getting rejected locally.
so, why not just edit /usr/share/file/magic (or copy it, edit it, then file -C to compile it to a new .mgc), or create an alias to file with a -m argument pointing to your custom magic file. It should be possible to edit the entry for pythonm or add custom search for the shebang or coding lines, to simply output a safe mimetype,
I think that is a very good question and a very interesting option to explore as it would avoid modifying the framework. I'll look into it as soon as I get a chance and report my findings back.
I really want to have a new Xcode template for Pythonista 3. I realize that I've already bought Pythonista so I'm not generating new income for @omz.... so I hereby pledge to send money via Paypal/Zelle (or any other method) to @omz to help support his time for the production of a new Xcode template. I'd gladly pay $25 for a new template. I'd even pay this annually if it would be updated regularly.
Thoughts anyone? @omz?? How can we help get a new Xcode template made?
Here's a first attempt at a Python 3-based Xcode template: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5l94m0xjbot5je0/Pythonista3AppTemplate.zip?dl=1
This is roughly equivalent to the current App Store version (not the 3.3 beta), and not final, just something to play around with for people interested in the Xcode template. Let me know if anything's unclear.
Indeed - I’m very happy to see the new template. Thank you!
My offer still stands - I would like a way to give a donation to @omz to help offset continued development of Pythonista. I can’t see how my payment a year ago is helping today.
Is it possible for someone to upload a version of the template for python3 with the fix to include the line at the top of all the files already done? I am having lots of trouble doing it myself.