• victordomingos

    Well, I am not the most frequent participant if this forum, but I like to come around and check what people are talking about from time to time, or to ask for help.

    I understand your concerns, but to be honest, I don’t feel that Reddit would be a viable alternative. This forum format (or a Discourse-based one) is much more easy to read on both desktop and mobile, even long discussions. Every time I get into Reddit, I end up getting the impression that I am in the middle of something a bit messy.

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  • victordomingos

    Very good news, I will be entering the beta today.

    Some packages seem to be in need of an update, maybe the final version may include something with respect to that.

    I still have an old iPad 2 (iOS 9) that I use together with my iPhone 7, I also wish that this iPad doesn't get unsupported right now...

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  • victordomingos

    On the other hand, since it does not support virtual environments, one positive side of the slow pace of updates is that it makes Pythonista a more stable platform, in a sense.

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  • victordomingos

    @mikael I tried to do it with setuptools twine from my iPhone, but never managed to make it work. I had to resort to a Mac.

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  • victordomingos

    @bennr01 In the Github ywangd/stash repository, there is no 0.7.0 release. Is there a new official repo?

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  • victordomingos

    No, actually I did that from my Mac, using twine. Not sure if twine works in iOS/Pythonista.

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  • victordomingos

    Very nice. This is such an important tool, that I believe it deserves more integration with Pythonista, like for instance some button to install it directly from the app’s settings.

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  • victordomingos

    The new release of my image optimization command-line utility is out. It has a couple of cool new features and, for the first time, it is now available on PyPI, which means you can just pip install it as any other Python package. It is a command-line tool but also works on iOS inside Pythonista. I use it together with Pelican in my workflow to blog from iOS.

    Check it out!

    https://no-title.victordomingos.com/articles/2018/optimize-images_v1_2_available_on_pypi/index.html?s=omz

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  • victordomingos

    Hi. I am preparing to release a new package on PyPI and would like to test it also on iOS, while experimenting with Test PyPI. In desktop, I am using pip install --index-url https://test.pypi.org/simple/ PACKAGE-NAME.

    Is it possible to specify the URL for Test PyPI in the StaSh version of pip?

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  • victordomingos

    If it comes with same same kind of performance improvement I saw in desktop systems, I also can’t wait for it. One of my applications saw a breathtaking 50 to 100% improvement. In other applications there is no to little difference, but in some contexts it is really noticeable.

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