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DreamPie

DreamPie is a Python shell which is designed to be reliable and fun. It was designed from the ground up to bring you a great interactive Python experience. It includes what you'd expect from a graphical Python shell, and more.

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  •  14 Sep 2010 11:15

    Release Notes: This is a bug fix release, which mostly improves and fixes bugs in the new AutoParen feature introduced in DreamPie 1.1. This release also makes it easier to work with matplotlib out of the box. It also has a few improvements in function documentation, automatic completion, and more.

    •  14 Jul 2010 10:53

      Release Notes: This is a feature release. AutoParen will automatically type parentheses and possible quotes when you press the space key after a function or a method. For example, "execfile" will be turned into "execfile("")". This lets you create "magic functions" that are very easy to use. Enhanced function documentation will show you the complete docstring and source code of a function (if available), and can be scrolled easily. AutoComplete will now complete module names, module members, and function argument names. Other features were also added.

      •  23 Jun 2010 11:29

        Release Notes: This release fixes numerous bugs discovered in the last three months. Local imports in IronPython now work. Call tips are now visible even in dark themes. Regular shell emulation was improved. Chained exceptions in Python 3 are shown. Decorators are supported in Python 2.5. The us-intl keyboard layout support was improved. The pdb "list" command now works for code written in the shell. Several crashes were fixed. "Yes" is now the default answer for "Are you sure you want to exit?"

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