- ARCHIVE / February, 2009
- TextMate Basics Tutorial
TextMate software “brings Apple’s approach to operating systems into the world of text editors. By bridging UNIX underpinnings and GUI, TextMate cherry-picks the best of both worlds to the benefit of expert scripters and novice users alike.” If you are using Textmate this tutorial will show you around the basic features of TextMate and also […]
- MacPython/Leopard – PythonInfo Wiki
Some people have legitimate reasons for wanting to install IDLE on Leopard. E.g., even though Leopard's Xcode 3.0 (and later) supports Python development, it does so in a heavyweight, support-all-of-Cocoa fashion. And educators teaching Python who wish to do so in a platform-agnostic way may also be best served by IDLE. The following steps will […]
- Using the OS X Terminal Application
This tips page provides a detailed introduction to using the unix command line that the Terminal application provides. Check it out here: http://www.timefold.com/osx/tips/shell.html
- pysmell – Python auto-complete – works with TextMate too!
One of the reasons that kept me away (sigh) from TextMate is the lack of autocompletion support.. especially in Python. Seems like those days have ended – I just downloaded and installed Pysmell, and it works great!!! The instructions are very clear, you install it, dbl click the TextMate bundle file and you’re already half […]
- Komodo-Edit :: a nice free python editor!
Finding the perfect IDE for a programming language is always an ongoing process – even more if your language is python – i’ve been happily using eclipse/pydev for a while now, but recently i run into KomodoEdit and I liked it. Mostly, cause it’s lightweight and it’s built with a ‘snippet-oriented’ philosophy (something like textmate). […]