• wolf71

    Pythonista is best, But until now, it's not update. some bug not fix.

    Now, I Just using Code. (very like VSCode, and support native Python, also numpy, pandas include) url: https://thebaselab.com/code/

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  • wolf71

    same problem.
    iPad Pro 11 with Apple Smart Keyboard Folio.
    iPad OS 14.5.1

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  • wolf71

    It's running on my MacBook Air M1.
    It's all like on my iPad Pro. but faster.

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  • wolf71

    Pythonista can run on MacBook Air M1, and it's fast then iPad Pro 11 ( maybe 120% speed up).

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  • wolf71

    Just fork a bye-bye Feedly project ,and add some function. it’s can running on Pythonista. https://github.com/wolf71/bye-bye-feedly

    1. download all your feedly account saved feeds to a json file.
    2. run the websrv.py on pythonista .
    3. it’s will open a web view to read all your feeds.

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  • wolf71

    @mikael Thank you very much.

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  • wolf71

    New version Pythonista.

    Using Examples\User Interface\Sketch.py

    change last line sv.present(‘fullscreen’) to sv.present(‘sheet’)

    you can’t draw it. Please fix it.

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  • wolf71

    Hope can add:

    1. Comment/uncomment [ cmd+\ ] shortcut;
    2. [ctrl+up/ctrl+down] for Page up/down;

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  • wolf71

    #!python3
    # _*_ coding:utf-8 _*_
    
    from scene import *
    import ui
    
    class MyScene(Scene):
        def setup(self):
            self.background_color = 'midnightblue'
            self.ship = SpriteNode('spc:PlayerShip1Orange')
            self.ship.position = self.size / 2
            self.add_child(self.ship)
    
    v = ui.load_view('UI_with_scene.pyui')
    v['sceneview'].scene = MyScene()
    v.present('sheet')
    
    # how to run MyScene in the sceneview ?
    !!! set its "Custom View Class" field to SceneView
    
    

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  • wolf71

    Run with Python 3.6 it’s ok.
    Run with Python 2.7 will crash.

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