• KiloPasztetowej

    Hello there.
    Is there something like cache memory in Pythonista? Functions inside editor module are very useful and will allow for vim-like extension for Pythonista, but such extension would need to register some data in between keystrokes/script runs since commands are chained.
    Does something like that exist in Pythonista? Or do I have to use some hacks like storing this data in some files or something else? I’d really like to avoid messing with clipboard too.

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  • KiloPasztetowej

    Never heard of it but seems very promising 🙂 thank you @mikael

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  • KiloPasztetowej

    Yes I’ve tried these a while ago and they are junky. Built in support would be the best, that’s why I started this topic.

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  • KiloPasztetowej

    Hey. I don’t know how much of a priority hardware keyboard users are, but sure thing is that with apples marketing and software support more and more people use an iPad with keyboard as daily driver. Are there any plans to introduce vim support in Pythonistas editor? Even some basic support would be very much appreciated 🙂

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  • KiloPasztetowej

    Great! Works like a charm and that’s exactly what I need. Thank you very much 🙂

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  • KiloPasztetowej

    Hey. I searched and searched but I couldn’t find definitive answer to the question, whether querying hardware keyboard state is possible in Pythonista when using scene. I know it can be done with UIKit but this doesn’t fit my needs. I love my iPad and I’d like to use it for some quick prototypes for my games but I just prefer keyboard input over touch.
    Any support would be welcome (events or just queries for keys)!

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