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Friday, February 24, 2006

scite & bicycle repair man

SciTE has been my favorite editor for a long time now. Especially for Python code. But there are two things I really miss: refactoring capabilities and a graphical code overview.

A few years ago I integrated refactoring using Bicycle Repair Man. That code has been lost but yesterday I decided to quickly rewrite it. It won't work with files using tabs for indentation (fixed with hack) due to an irritating bug in SciTE (which still hasn't been fixed since I filed it in 2003, unfortunately). Comments and suggestions are welcome!

Download it here: http://bitbucket.org/janto/snippets/src/tip/scitebike.py
See the file for installation instructions.

Now about that graphical code overview...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

You could use Stani's Python Editor, it's pretty nice.

http://www.stani.be/python/spe/

And thanks for the bit on Motion capture, it was very insightfull.

Janto Dreijer said...

My pleasure!

I've tried SPE, but I just can't fall in love with it like everyone else seems to.

Anonymous said...

Hi Janto,
How did you able to work with cvaux and python ? Would you please give me some hints ?

Janto Dreijer said...

Sorry jayakumar, I have not been able to link any functions from cvaux. I've tried with cvtypes.py, but didn't get very far.

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