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A video introducing Ulipad, an IDE mainly for Python

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I've been using Ulipad, a free IDE mainly for Python, and written in
wxPython, for a couple of years, and think it's terrific. Now another
user, Kelie Feng, has made an 8-minute video showing it off. The
visual clarity of the video is remarkable. You can download it
(Introducing_Ulipad_2008-05-22.avi), and a codec (tscc.exe) that may
be necessary for your player, from <http://www.rcblue.com/u3/>.

Dick Moores

Jun 27 '08 #1
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In article <ma***************************************@python. org>,
Dick Moores <rd*@rcblue.comwrote:
I've been using Ulipad, a free IDE mainly for Python, and written in
wxPython, for a couple of years, and think it's terrific. Now another
user, Kelie Feng, has made an 8-minute video showing it off. The
visual clarity of the video is remarkable. You can download it
(Introducing_Ulipad_2008-05-22.avi), and a codec (tscc.exe) that may
be necessary for your player, from <http://www.rcblue.com/u3/>.
I skipped the video and tried Ulipad. Looks very interesting.

The documentation I got is mostly in Chinese. Is there an
English version somewhere?
Dick Moores
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David C. Ullrich
Jun 27 '08 #2

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At 07:57 AM 5/30/2008, David C. Ullrich wrote:
>In article <ma***************************************@python. org>,
Dick Moores <rd*@rcblue.comwrote:
I've been using Ulipad, a free IDE mainly for Python, and written in
wxPython, for a couple of years, and think it's terrific. Now another
user, Kelie Feng, has made an 8-minute video showing it off. The
visual clarity of the video is remarkable. You can download it
(Introducing_Ulipad_2008-05-22.avi), and a codec (tscc.exe) that may
be necessary for your player, from <http://www.rcblue.com/u3/>.

I skipped the video and tried Ulipad. Looks very interesting.

The documentation I got is mostly in Chinese. Is there an
English version somewhere?
F1 will open "UliPad Documentations". Check out the HowTo's and the
FAQ. And subscribe to the Ulipad list at Google Groups
(<http://groups.google.com/group/ulipad>). The main developer,
Limodou, is in Beijing, but he's very quick in answering questions
posed to the list.

Dick Moores

Jun 27 '08 #3

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