State of PyPE

As most people will notice, PyPE has become better with each subsequent release. Version 1.9.1 works pretty well, and has most everything that I want/need, which begs the question: Where will PyPE go from here?

Honestly, I don't know. I didn't really have a direction for PyPE when I first started, other than wanting it to be stable, fast and useful. I believe it fulfills those goals right now, and future versions likely won't have significantly more features than PyPE does right now. Perhaps a few more options like coloring function and class definitions, maybe new icons, maybe moving the todo items into the browsable source tree, makes sense.

I'll do my best to try to fix the few remaining unicode bugs (having to do with files with unicode names, or in paths with unicode names) when solutions present themselves, but likely all major work will be pushed off until the summer of 2004, when I will (hopefully) be less busy.

Thank you for using PyPE.

Posted by Josiah Carlson 2012-09-14

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