Short and sweet:
In Nikola my static site/blog generator, the Tag pages used to just be a big list of titles linking to the posts in the tag. Now they can (optionally) look just like the blog does, but filtered. Check it out.
Minor tweaks still needed (like, mentioning the tag somewhere in the title), but the basic functionality (filtering, pagination, layout, etc) is complete.
To enable it in your site, just use master from git and enable
TAG_PAGES_ARE_INDEXES = True in your conf.py.
This site has been lateral.pycs.net, lateral.fibertel.com.ar, lateral.blogsite.com, and has been, for several years, ralsina.me.
Well, I am slowly going to deprecate that URL, and the new URL will be //ralsina.me where you already can find it since a few months ago.
It will involve some work moving comments around and such, but nothing much should change, all old links should remain valid, and all comments should stay attached to the right post.
I will contact the various planets that aggregate it, but since the feed will remain constant thanks to feedburner, I expect not to lose anyone in transition.
My team has been working on porting some PyQt stuff to Mac OSX, and we have run into several Qt bugs, sadly. Here are two, and the workarounds we found.
Native dialogs are broken.
Using QFileDialog.getExistingDirectory we noticed the following symptoms:
If you do nothing, the dialog went away on its own after about 20 seconds.
After you used it once, it may pop up and disappear immediately. Or not.
Solution: use the DontUseNativeDialog option.
Widgets in QTreeWidgetItems don't scroll.
When you use Widgets inside the items of a QTreeWidget (which I know, is not a common case, but hey, it happens), the widgets don't scroll with the items.
Solution: use the
-graphicssystem raster options. You can even inject them into
argv if the platform is