Archives October 2006
Rose somehow forgot that I'm trying to stop helping people with their infected Windows machines, so she volunteered me to help her friend. Sigh. Anyway, cool thing happened; browsing the start menu to look for suspicious programs I found PyMol!
I think that's cool. Makes me feel somewhat less dumb about contributing to the network ...!-->!-->
Had a good day for billable hours yesterday, slightly more than 7 hours. Most of that was solidly productive time, churning through tasks to get the two projects wrapped up. Today won't likely be as productive billables-wise, but I can hope.
I decided to try building Eric for the workstation (again) so that I can use the larger monitor, far better chair and generally better ergonomic support for development (comfort matters more and more as I get older). This time I tried to get Eric4 working. Ran into the same basic problem. SIP isn't Python 2.5 ...
I love hiking and especially having someone with whom to share beauty.
We got to climb a couple of (small, easy) cliffs to get down into the grotto (climbing is fun). Unfortunately the camera died while we were down in the grotto (batteries ran out), so I didn't have time to try other settings to ...!-->!-->!-->
Seems like the last two days have been nothing but system failures. Spent a very long day (12+ hours) yesterday battling Qt and/or Asterisk silliness of one type or another in order to get a tiny little project done. Burned hours trying to get Eric3 running on the workstation (with another half hour this morning, ...
When I upgraded the workstation to 2.5 I wound up breaking the Eric3 IDE that I use for all my hacking (Python and otherwise). It was broken because of some Python 2.5 HeapTypeObject structure changes that meant the SIP wrapper generator wouldn't work. A search of the net revealed what appeared to be an ebuild ...
Blake reports that things go to handbaskets when attempting to include OpenGL (-ctypes) in a Py2App bundle. Apparently the setuptools entry-point registrations (which are required by OpenGL-ctypes) are not getting triggered so there's no handlers available.
And there's the flip-side of using big, standard(-ish) packages, when they break, you have to be willing (and have ...!-->!-->
So far the count (for people other than me) of successes/failures is 1:2, with Blake getting a flawless install on OS X and Simon and Bill getting "Unexpected HTML page found at" errors. I'm now plowing through the 170 messages sitting in my distutils folder (I subscribe, but I often ignore the mailing list) to ...
Spent almost 2 solid hours running tests for OpenGL-ctypes on AMD64 Linux this afternoon. Unfortunately, NVU crashed as I was entering the result for the second-to-last test. Argh. Apparently I didn't save during the entire period, so the recorded tests are at exactly the same point they were yesterday.
I'm going to skip doing the ...!-->!-->
Integrated a patch from Marco and answered various project-related emails this morning. Then started writing a "Using OpenGL in Python" document for the new release. Lastly started going through the demos and creating an up-to-date table showing passing/failing demos for each platform (well, just the one at the moment, but with space for the others). ...
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