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Software News   Software News : AmigaPython 2.3.3 alpha and new website launched
   posted by Mobileconnect on 7-Mar-2004 21:33:29 (1852 reads)
Tim Ocock has updated Irmen de Jong's Amiga port of the Python programming language to the latest version 2.3.3

Python is an interpreted scripting language similar to ARexx, only a lot more powerful, being object oriented amongst other things (although the power comes with a price, the engine is a lot bigger than ARexx)

Alpha release and new website can be found at:

http://www.monkeyhouse.eclipse.co.uk/amiga/python/
    

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Re: AmigaPython 2.3.3 alpha and new website launched
Posted on 8-Mar-2004 8:13:27
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I am not a developper nor a programmer but it sounds good.
I am eagerly waiting for os3.9 boing bag 3.
Keep up the good work.
Best wishes
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Re: AmigaPython 2.3.3 alpha and new website launched
Posted on 8-Mar-2004 14:00:11
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"I am eagerly waiting for os3.9 boing bag 3."

Are you? And how is that relatet to Python?


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Re: AmigaPython 2.3.3 alpha and new website launched
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Did you go to the website? Did you?


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yes, nice website BTW, very clean/clear
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Thanks, I'm trying to learn the latest HTML at the moment too.

Interestingly, it looks best in IE5 - that's the only one that renders the dashed lines according to the CSS

IE6 comes next, doesn't get the dashed lines right

Then Mozilla and Safari are about equal

AWeb shows it fine, although you lose the CSS customisation of course

iBrowse doesn't show it as well as AWeb.

It makes Opera crash though....


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Re: AmigaPython 2.3.3 alpha and new website launched
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Nice job! Looks really professional!

To be honest I really don't think that the OS4/Hyperion stuff should go on the public webpage though... Send them an email instead


Now Amiga Devalopers Pavilion probably will get an AmigaPython seminar! ;)

/shoe Only 26 days left...

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With an up to date version of Python a port of Plone is more realistic. In fact it seems that one of the authors of Plone is an old school Amiga fan!

Rassilon

edit:

Had a quick look at the specific of using Plone.

Plone is all python scripts but relies on Zope.

Zope is a mixture of C and python

Info: Plone is a Content Management System for producing and managing websites. See www.plone.org


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With an up to date version of Python a port of Plone is more realistic. In fact it seems that one of the authors of Plone is an old school Amiga fan!


Standard Plone will require a CSS capable browser... Otherwise it just looks crap.


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er....

Well then thats just another extra insentive to all those browser developers out there!!!!

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