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PyPE

PyPE (Python Programmers Editor) is a lightweight but powerful editor. Tools for the new and seasoned user alike are included out of the box, including syntax coloring, multiple open documents with tabs, per-document browsable source trees, and many others.

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  •  22 Dec 2009 22:48

    Release Notes: Many bugfixes and new features were added. This is a recommended upgrade for everyone.

    •  01 Oct 2007 01:05

      Release Notes: This release fixes real-time parsing when Python source contains Unicode characters.

      •  25 Sep 2007 11:03

        Release Notes: This release fixes some issues related to loading and storing of profile information, as well as a change due to internal module renaming.

        •  26 Aug 2007 21:36

          Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs with transforms, workspaces, and setting storage. It adds paste rectangle, paste and down, delete right, delete line, support for non-white background colors, automatic spell checking of text and LaTeX documents, and chapter delimiters in LaTeX source.

          •  06 Apr 2007 13:38

            Release Notes: A collection of minor usability issues were fixed. Tree refreshes were improved. Read-only secondary views for documents were added.

            Recent comments

            12 Jan 2004 09:02 jeffcovey

            Re: Freshmeat editors made a mistake

            > They rock.

            Thanks for noticing. ;^)

            11 Jan 2004 12:12 josiahcarlson

            Re: Freshmeat editors made a mistake
            The above comment should be completely ignored. I did not realize how quickly the freshmeat editors would be in responding to mistakes. They rock. I should have probably posted this earlier, but even important things slip my mind sometimes.

            21 Dec 2003 11:26 josiahcarlson

            Freshmeat editors made a mistake
            It wasn't 64k (as in 65536 or even 65535), it was 64 + k, where k was the number of documents open when PyPE was last closed. If there were 10 documents open when PyPE was last closed, then it would die when a total of more than 64 + 10 = 74 documents had been opened and closed.

            Certainly I should have used a different variable, like say 'n', my mistake.

            As you can see, this is much more of an issue in real life than the opening and closing of 65535 unique documents.

            16 Dec 2003 04:46 khanreaper

            Looking good, Josiah.
            Ha! This world is too small.

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