Tag archives: python

Dead Easy Templates In 4 Lines Of Pure Python

Last update on Nov. 11, 2013.

In the introduction for TIE's documentation (which is STILL not updated for a 0.2 release which has been ready for maybe two month... shame on me), I briefly mention python's built in string formatting functions and utilities, reasoning that those might very well be more than enough for really simple templating needs ...

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Quick Tip - Running Nose Inside A Virtualenv

Last update on Nov. 11, 2013.

So, wanted to hack a bit on an old, barely finished project today. Since I don't think i ever ran it under linux, the first thing I did after grabbing the source from github was to run my test suite, which exploded because I had not installed my dependencies. Well, duh. 

I got into ...

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Tie's Initial Release - Finally!

Last update on Nov. 11, 2013.

Alright, so i've slacked off quite a lot but i finally got around to releasing a first, let's call it alpha version of my TIE library.

It's up on pypi and a quick pip install tie should do the trick. It doesn't do much yet but should be usable, and i ...

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Sphinx & Readthedocs - First Impressions

Last update on Nov. 11, 2013.

Well, it's poopin' nice.

My TIE library, while still needing quite a few tweaks, is almost ready for its first release. Almost meaning that i still need to write some documentation for it.

And boy, do I **hate** writing documentation...

But since I have to do it anyway, I decided to try this fancy ...

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A Simple Debugging Console To Use With Pyqt

Last update on Nov. 11, 2013.

To help me debug the small app i'm currently working on (which should be finished soon, i'm mostly in the "moar tests, squeeze bugz!" phase now), i've implemented a simple Qt widget which acts as an output console.

At first, i went for the overkill and tried to embed IPython in the ...

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