Kevin Altis wrote on 07/14/2005 02:56:33 PM:
> As I'm sure you've noticed I haven't been doing any PythonCard for a
> while. Thanks to all of you that have been covering the users mailing
> list. I do want to get back to updating PythonCard, in particular for
> wxPython 2.6 and to make sure that it is working fine with Python 2.3
> and Python 2.4. My goal is to do a release before or during the first
> week of August so that it will be available when I do my OSCON
I'm glad you're back. That sounds like an ambitious timetable...would
it be too ambitious to include Alex's new Resource Editor in that
release? It's a fantastic improvement, and I've been putting it to
good use on Windows, but on Mac the new Property Editor doesn't work
well and the layout has overlapping elements.
> I'm still running Windows 2000, so that's what I'll be testing against
> for Windows. I don't have Tiger installed on my Powerbook, so the best
> I can do on the Mac testing is with Panther and the default Python 2.3.
> I might be able to do an install on a friends Mac running Tiger, but if
> someone else can test that will be great. As usual, I can't test any
> Linux issues.
I can help with Tiger testing. Let me know if you need anything specific
> Anyway, I would like to find out what is and isn't working for everyone
> on this list and then update the code in CVS as appropriate along with
> the installation instructions.
The biggest problem I've noticed on the Mac (10.3/10.4) between wxPython
2.6 is that sometimes TextField don't populate correctly on 2.6. They
not to populate at all, but if you click in the field and drag left, the
text will scroll into view. This problem doesn't happen on wxPython 2.5.3.
There are a few other Mac-specific bugs that I've been working around,