• ltddev

    @ccc, I don't want to come off as rude, but the question was a legitimate one and your reply states the obvious. Do you work in some means on this product to give a more specific answer than "it will be released when it's ready to be released? I would certainly hope it will not be released if it's not ready so this begs the question:
    When will Pythonista 3.3 be ready? Please don't answer "it will be ready when it's ready" lol.

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  • ltddev

    @Blanchot
    Yes, I can indeed imagine such a scenario. I am actually an IBM developer who had a stroke in 2011 and currently on long term disability leave, hence my handle ltd - LTD
    dev - developer
    (developer on LTD).
    Life events often necessitate removing yourself from the world just as you describe and I can easily imagine Ole (a real person, just like you and me with real life events) dropping out of the world/communication for a while and that this does not mean that he has given up on his projects.

    "...and seeing that Ole has recently begun again to publicly reply to tweets"

    is very good to hear and encouraging.about the future of Pythonista.

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  • ltddev

    @ccc, are you confirming that because there is an update to the beta that means there is indeed active development to Pythonista?I If true, my question is how long is Pyrthonista going to remain in bera? It seems like the beta program has been going on forever. When will we see a significant update or new product in rhe App store? For those of us that don't really suit beta testing, why has development effectively going on in secret with no mention here in THIS forum of a public statement of any kind as to what we can expect in the update and WHEN can we expect to see it in the App store? Will it be an entirely different application altogether or will it be delivered as in in app purchase, I don't mind paying for it either way but I would like and think the developer would say SOMETHING about these things here in HIS forum.

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  • ltddev

    @dgelessus - are you saying flat out that as of IOS 11 there is no way to get Pythonista (or any other IOS app ) to talk to Twitter? Since there is no native apis, there can be no straightforward way tor any IOS app ( other than presumably the Twitter app itself) to code ro Twitter?

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  • ltddev

    @Drizzel, I am looking at your replies over and over again and feel I must be missing something. In both replies you suggest changing code to what @richexperiences has actually already presented.

    It seems to me that in both cases the code ALREADY states what you are suggesting it should be changed to,

    @Drizzel, could you please clarify what the differences are between the code as already written and the code you suggest it be changed to?

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  • ltddev

    @omz, thanks, I thought of that workaround as well but wondered if there was anything a little more elegant such as "Open with" to choose the editor to use rather than try to trick it that the .pyui file is either a text file outright or one to be treated as a text file.

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  • ltddev

    I may have forgot but I checked through the forum posts and I don't see an answer to the following: What is the suggested way to view a .pyui file (without changing the default ui editor)as plain text rather than use the ui editor?

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  • ltddev

    @omz forgive my ignorance but where is the bug tracker for STASH?

    I agree this seems to be a bug in STASH and some of the other errors I am seeing here (like issues with git) may be related.

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  • ltddev

    I can reproduce with the following steps:

    1. Run launch_stash.py
    2. Run the command again to create a second instance.
    3. Go back to the first and enter what seems to be any character.

    RESULT: Pythonista crashes.

    If STASH does not support this scenario perhaps it should only allow a single instance?

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  • ltddev

    Actually, I'm having some trouble reproducing this. I have to go back and see the exact steps I took when I was able to crash the app but I can create multiple STASH instances and have no problem switching between instances. I definitely was able to crash the app multiple times with two STASH instances.

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