From: Bob Ippolito <bob@re...> - 2003-10-15 22:21:46
I went ahead and packed up my modified DrawBot (the one with widgets).
More information and a link to download is on the pythonmac.org wiki:
Note that tarball includes the self-contained application, an
unmodified binary build of GNUStep Renaissance, and all of DrawBot's
And yes, Just, I did borrow your moinmoin css ;) I hope you don't
mind, I found yours to be much nicer and more readable than the mostly
default style I was using previously.
> I went ahead and packed up my modified DrawBot (the one with widgets).
> More information and a link to download is on the pythonmac.org wiki:
Neat! Some more or less nitpicking thoughts:
1. it is impossible to know which sample has a dynamic interface
without actually opening it. Maybe those filenames should have
some consistent label? RegularPolygon.py hasn't...
2. the sliders scales might want to display numeric values, too.
3. slider movements could optionally trigger a rerun continuously
(interesting results are for sure with randomized drawings ;-)
4. the window drawer might have a button to fold in and out
Otherwise a terrific tool!!
Dinu C. Gherman - http://python.net/~gherman
"I once asked Ivan, 'How is it possible for you to have invented
computer graphics, done the first object oriented software system
and the first real time constraint solver all by yourself in one
year?' And he said 'I didn't know it was hard.'"
(Alan Kay on Ivan Sutherland)