RunSnakeRun 2.0.0b6 (and SquareMap 1.0.0b25) released
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Marius contributed quite a few changes (restructuring to support VirtualEnv-ing, enhanced percentage reporting), the source-code-view is also there, the home-view is more likely to be reasonable (though it can still get messed up with threaded views). SquareMap is now explicitly a dependency and has been restructured to work with `setuptools develop` in a virtualenv. Available off the project page or via easy_install RunSnakeRun (note that you need wxPython installed).
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Travesti Yeliz on 03/12/2010 3:29 p.m. #
re-configured to work are unable to obtain virtualenv mean that isn 't possible to develop?or I've misunderstood your expression?
Mike on 03/12/2010 4:11 p.m. #
I just noticed a typo in your site's subtitle:
"Plumbling Life's Depths" should be "Plumbing Life's Depths"
Mike Fletcher on 03/12/2010 6:05 p.m. #
Thanks, how did that manage to be wrong for so long?
Mike Fletcher on 03/12/2010 6:21 p.m. #
Fascinating spam pattern; half of the comments are textbook blog spam (generic comments, trivially reworded text of articles), the other half complaints that the spam is being removed. Definitely clogs up the moderation queue. All seems to be advertising the same page.
On the off chance that you really are interested and are just not aware that your comments look exactly like spam: the change was to allow you to host the code in a VirtualEnv. It works now.
Dave Malcolm on 03/12/2010 9:53 p.m. #
Nice work; thanks!
FWIW, I've packaged both RunSnakeRun and SquareMap for Fedora, so it should be possible to install them on Fedora via "yum install RunSnakeRun"; I've updated to these latest versions.
I added a .desktop file so it shows up in the menus under Applications -> Programming
(I couldn't see an icon for it, so it doesn't have one yet).
Mike C. Fletcher on 03/13/2010 1:54 p.m. #
Thanks. At the moment I haven't created an icon for the package. Some day I'll hook up the tablet and draw one :) .
One note for your .spec file, you may want to add wxPython as a dependency. I can't declare the dependency in setuptools (because wxPython doesn't build with easy_install), but it's likely already available on Fedora.
Leila on 03/24/2010 12:11 a.m. #
:) But it was such a charming typo. I always thought it was there on purpose, and that plumbling might actually be a word. You know, a diminutive, more whimsical form of plumbing.