(An aside: it's too bad that a vfs isn't standard in python like it is
in tcl or kde) Itools' vfs implementation currently only has support
for local files and some peppy extensions (a mem: scheme for storing
temporary files in memory, an about: scheme for read only files, and a
tar: scheme for transparently opening .tar[.gz|bz2] archives) but I'm
looking to add webdav, ftp, and ssh support to itools.vfs.
Plus, I've spent some much needed time working on the developer
documentation. Nowhere near done, but at least it begins to describe
how to create major modes, actions (the user interface abstraction),
and how to extend the functionality of the stc.
Keyboard handling is probably still broken on OSX, so any Mac users
who'd like to help I'd really appreciate it. Last report I had was
several months ago and I've made a few changes but unfortunately have
no machine to test it myself.
Oh, and also there's now a windows installer.
trying to run Windows installer on Vista Home Edition ... I'm getting
an MSVCP71.dll not found error.
Hmmm. I'll have to consult the oracle at google.
Thanks for letting me know.
If you are using py2exe this is a know issue with when building
binaries that use wx. When you run py2exe you should see at the end
of the output the dll's that are required but were not bundled in. In
that list it will show mostly Microsoft ones that can be ignored
because they will be found on all systems. There should also be two
more thats path show them under your python/wxpython installation
directory one being 'msvcp71' and the other being 'gdiplus'. You
should copy these two dll's and bundle them with your installer to
avoid this problem.
Hope this helps,
I updated the installer to include MSVCP71 and gdiplus, so hopefully
that remedies the problem.