Realised that the script that allows the user to choose a favourite context class (i.e. which GUI system they prefer to use) was totally broken. Rewrote it, creating a new "MouseOver" proto to make creating buttons a little easier. It's not a full button proto, but with it creating such a button is pretty easy.
Also wound up eliminating the wxPython ResourcePackage use, as it requires wxPython to be loaded or there's a crash. Instead moved the code that was using it into wxcontext.py.
Discovered another case that looks just like the drawing-to-the-wrong-buffer problem. Telling a mouse event to stop propagating causes the same effect. It's not a common thing to do, but as people get more advanced in their interactive coding it's going to come up more and more... need to figure that out at some point.
I probably could do a 2.0.0 final release tonight, but I don't want to risk messing it up. Also need to rebuild windows so I can package up binaries for the windows users.
Party at Lua's was nice, quiet sort of thing... did get the feeling that I was the weirdest person there by a large margin. Oh well. Rosey is still off giving Pearl a lift home. I, on the other hand, am considering watching a movie (giving my hands a break) and then heading off to bed.
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