• mfkilgore

    Just curious, any further work towards this integration either underway or planned?

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  • mfkilgore

    @JonB Take a look, branches and merging supported - http://workingcopyapp.com/manual.html. I have not used every feature yet but works well with what I have tried.

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  • mfkilgore

    I was just pointed to this thread (thanks @ccc). I would like to add my vote for integration with Working Copy. The latest release even does submodules. Of course it would not be required (stash etc still available) but for those of us with the app, it is a great option.

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  • mfkilgore

    @ccc thanks for the link. I will add my vote for integration with Working Copy. The more I use it the more I like it no need know github/bitbucket access details.

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  • mfkilgore

    I have been using an app called Working Copy which connects to repositories including github and bitbucket and clones them. Any changes locally can be committed and pushed. So far this has been working great and one of the editors I use Textastic has integrated with it to open files. Anything edited in textastic is updated in Working Copy and can then be pushed to, in my case, bitbucket.

    Has there been any thought to integrating pythonista with Working Copy as they already have the repository syncing worked out? It would be great to clone my repository, edit/test/debug, and push from Pythonista :)

    Thanks

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  • mfkilgore

    Any idea when the next beta will be, or better yet a release?

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  • mfkilgore

    @omz - Just signed up for the beta, hope its not to late to test it out and provide feedback!

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  • mfkilgore

    Most of the posts here are 3 years old. More libraries are now available on Python 3 and it appears to be the clear direction forward for Python. My requirements are for Python 3.

    Pythonista looks great and as soon as it is on Python 3 I will purchase it!

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