Posts from October 2008

I'm not sure how much I've written about this, but you can probably discern by the titles of my blog posts that I'm looking for a good text editor. I think I've finally nailed my frustrations, and I think I have a glimpse of a solution.

October 29, 2008, 8:02 p.m. More (712 words) 26 comments Feed

One of the pleasures of open source is that random people contribute back uninvited. I received a setuptools patch the other day, and I'm trying to make things work. However, setuptools makes things hard -- although not so hard that I couldn't manage uploading PySmell to PyPI.

October 26, 2008, 11:31 p.m. More (681 words) 3 comments Feed

I'm happy to announce PySmell v0.6, an autocompletion library for Python and Vim (other editors pending).

New features include:

  • Import statement completion
  • Support for multiple TAGS files (that means external libraries)
  • Support for analysing Python 2.4-2.5 stdlib.

Plus many bugfixes and minor improvements.

Grab it here: PySmell v0.6

October 13, 2008, 10:45 p.m. More (507 words) 3 comments Feed