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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    Yomgui
    Posts: 348 from 2004/8/31
    From: Québec - Canada
    Hi all

    As I manage all my developments using BitBucket, you can find them here:

    https://bitbucket.org/yomgui

    Notes:
    * Download pre-build binaries in Download tabs.
    * if its a mirror and a port like CPython, use the Wiki page for MorphOS dedicated information.
    * if exists, use Issues tab to report problems.

    Thanks!
    -Yomgui-


    Latests versions supported:

    CPython: 2.7.6
    Mercurial: 2.8.1
    PyMUI: 0.7.0
    PyCairo: 1.10.0 (check PyMUI downloads, sorry not a project yet)
    libffi: 3.0.9rc3 (needed by CPython for _ctypes module)
    And now... next project!
  • »27.12.13 - 02:40
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    guruman
    Posts: 460 from 2003/7/21
    Nice to see you back Yomgui!

    Kind regards,
    Andrea
  • »27.12.13 - 09:20
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    Yomgui
    Posts: 348 from 2004/8/31
    From: Québec - Canada
    UPDATES:
    Mercurial: merge with 2.7.2 and 2.8.1 (bookmarks), 2.8.1 available in Downloads
    And now... next project!
  • »29.12.13 - 08:07
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  • MDW
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    MDW
    Posts: 323 from 2003/7/25
    From: Wroclaw/Poland
    Great news!

    Are you going to create new version of Blender for MorphOS? I very need Blender 2.63 (or higher) because Python API has some important changes and my scripts don't work correctly in version 2.62 (last version of Blender for MorphOS).
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    Acill
    Posts: 1899 from 2003/10/19
    From: Port Hueneme, Ca.
    Have you ever tried to run any python apps like Sickbeard? Im thinking of getting something put together but dont want to wast the time if they are not compatible with your python builds.
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  • »29.12.13 - 10:44
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    Yomgui
    Posts: 348 from 2004/8/31
    From: Québec - Canada
    Quote:

    MDW wrote:
    Great news!

    Are you going to create new version of Blender for MorphOS? I very need Blender 2.63 (or higher) because Python API has some important changes and my scripts don't work correctly in version 2.62 (last version of Blender for MorphOS).


    I'm doing the integration of Python 3.2.2 into my Mercurial repository.
    This step can permit the merge to 3.3.x, the one used by latest Blender releases.

    Quote:

    Acill wrote:
    Have you ever tried to run any python apps like Sickbeard? Im thinking of getting something put together but dont want to wast the time if they are not compatible with your python builds.


    I've tried to run many Python apps... but not all! :-p
    ...obviously I cannot do that!
    Try it, just let me know if you need a bit of help or tricks to progress, but I can't do it myself.

    Thanks,
    Yomgui
    And now... next project!
  • »29.12.13 - 16:26
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  • MDW
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    MDW
    Posts: 323 from 2003/7/25
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    Quote:

    Yomgui wrote:
    I'm doing the integration of Python 3.2.2 into my Mercurial repository.
    This step can permit the merge to 3.3.x, the one used by latest Blender releases.


    So... there is chance to Blender 2.63+ for MorphOS. Yeeeaaahhh! Thank you very much.
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    Yasu
    Posts: 1724 from 2012/3/22
    From: Stockholm, Sweden
    I friend of mine showed me Python yesterday and now I've gotten a little interested. I've downloaded all Python versions through Grunch. But I need a how-to-guide to get me started and a beginners guide to learn the codes. Where should I start?

    [ Edited by Yasu 02.02.2014 - 16:30 ]
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 11478 from 2003/5/22
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    > I need [...] a beginners guide to learn the codes. Where should I start?

    http://www.python.org/doc/
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    Yasu
    Posts: 1724 from 2012/3/22
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    @Andras_Wolf

    Thanks. Are there anything MOS specific I need to know too?
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  • »02.02.14 - 17:06
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    Kronos
    Posts: 2047 from 2003/2/24
    I guess that depends on how much developing experience you allready have. If your a pure beginner I suggest sticking to the basics of the language (which would mean Shell only apps).

    On morphos-files you will also find a MUI-module for Python 2.5 (no idea if it would work with other versions),this might be the road to MorphOS-GUI Python app.

    But may I as why Python and not C/C++ (unless you have something specific in mind).
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    serge
    Posts: 725 from 2003/2/20
    Hi Yomgui, happy to see you again.

    Do you have plans for your Minecraft engine?

    You done a very good work on capturing video through FireWire. Will you continue working on this stuff?

    regards.
  • »02.02.14 - 18:28
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    Yasu
    Posts: 1724 from 2012/3/22
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    @Kronos

    I'm a complete beginner. I've wanted to learn some programming for fun for a good while now, but it's surprisingly hard to find a good place to start. I really like the beginners manual for Amiga E, but the program I used, PortablE, has some bugs in it so I've been waiting for the next version for a while now.

    The only reason I find Python interesting is because it does look quite simple compared to C.

    My question about Python is:

    I've downloaded and installed everything. What do I need to write in the code to make it execute in MorphOS (I've gotten the impression I need to link it)? And what do I need to write in Shell to execute it?
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 11478 from 2003/5/22
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    > What do I need to write in the code to make it execute in MorphOS
    > (I've gotten the impression I need to link it)?

    Python programs are (usually) interpreted script files. No need to compile or link.

    > what do I need to write in Shell to execute it?

    python <scriptname>
  • »02.02.14 - 22:03
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    Yasu
    Posts: 1724 from 2012/3/22
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    @Andreas_Wolf

    Cool! I'm gonna try this out :-)

    Would you agree that Python is a better way for a beginner to start than C/C++?
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  • »02.02.14 - 22:53
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