I was checking out the Pyto app... and a ton of the example scripts are the exact same, the ui application is the same thing with a different name, it all seems too coincidental...
Yes, not only Pythonista.the pip UI of Pyto was copied from Juno, The explanation wasn't added until Juno's authors discovered it.
Hi. I’m the developer of Pyto. I took example scripts from different places. Most of example scripts are from the libraries websites. For example, for Matplotlib, all examples are from here. I think Pythonista includes the same examples for Matplotlib. The UI is very different from Pythonista, but if you mean the
uimodule, it’s very similar to the iOS
UIKitAPI. I looked at the Pythonista
uimodule while building
pyto_uiand tried to make something that could be ported easily. But after all,
pyto_uiare pythonic ports of
UIKit. The only example I took from Pythonista is the Dice widget, and that is acknowledged in the doc string:
""" A script to roll a dice runnable on a widget. This script was converted from Pythonista examples to work on Pyto. """
For the PyPi UI, that’s true. I changed it a bit in the last update, but I basically took the UI from Juno.
@mieq That is not copying, that is called inspiration, if we look for things that pythonista got inspiration we would find many, if you're going to comment please think about what you will write and do some research, pyto_ui may look similair to pythonistas, but you would see that they are different if you tried to understand the situation
For the PyPi UI, that’s true. I changed it a bit in the last update, but I basically took the UI from Juno