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In the beginning

Well, I have been want­ing to have a we­blog for a while, spe­cial­ly since I got a per­ma­nent In­ter­net con­nec­tion at home.

Af­ter re­view­ing some of the freely avail­able tool­s, PyC­S/PyDS re­al­ly look like the best com­bi­na­tion. They are sim­ple, yet pow­er­ful. I could even set a per­son­al serv­er to try stuff, and there's free space at pyc­ What else could I ask for?

Even fur­ther, I think the struc­ture and APIs are nice, so I may try hack­ing a quick­ie Qt app for it, since I al­so want to try the PyQt bind­ings and the er­ic3 IDE...

Phil / 2006-04-03 04:10:

It worked!

Roberto Alsina / 2006-04-03 04:11:

Oh, yeah. Time to do a happy dance ;-)

Georg Bauer / 2006-04-03 04:34:

If you try to do a Qt app, you can connect to your PyDS instance with XML/RPC.

Almost all API calls of tools are available via XML/RPC, the only restriction is that calls can't have an '_' in them (that's an intentional restriction, so you have a way in tools to say "this call is private, don't touch it).

If you start writing your tool and some APIs are missing, drop me a line.

Roberto Alsina / 2006-04-03 04:35:

Hey, cool. You know, this could go both ways, since KDE can be controlled through XML/RPC (but in a much later stage of course :-)

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