t (toggle)
af (HFS / HFS+)

format on Mac OS X using Disk Utility
Volume Format: Mac OS Extended
don't forget to change permissions for writing on linux:
sudo chmod -R 777 /media/external


testing should be very helpful
I like the approach of urllib tests for JSON requests and responses
easy enough to create and verify that way

requested [2011.01.28 08:52:15]
just use a basic urllib2 script for testing
since we're not always getting full results (nor are the forms obvious)

requested [2011.01.26 19:38:37]
look up test notes
(merged with communicate?)

requested [2011.01.26 19:35:28]
write a super simple jquery script
callable from the web
with test functions for scorelogger app
that way those won't need to change so often
and functionality can be tested.

could also use any form of other testing: windmill, other simplified python scripts
that way will know if the app server is behaving correctly or if the client is behaving correctly

making items launchable
had some trouble with 2.7.1
using 2.6.6
after uninstalling 2.7.1
needed to reinstall 2.6.6 to get double click to work
http://docs.python.org/faq/windows.html#how-do-i-make-python-scripts-executable

for web based testing, check various scrape notes... it's a very similar process
these are currently part of the communicate module (in the works)

/c/communicate/code/communicate/scrape/scrape-notes.txt
twill and windmill are two favorites for this task

requested [2011.01.18 11:43:13]
look into status of Pyglet and Cocoa / Objective C
also [2011.01.24 14:55:14]
recent thread (today) on pyglet-users on updating...
sounds like there are some issues with PyObjC bridge itself... not able to go full screen(!)

/c/technical/instances.txt
/c/technical/python/pyglet-general.txt
/c/technical/python/pyglet.txt

when wanting to make calls for Cocoa on OS X platform

consider the Objective C calls first
make it work with Objective C and Xcode first

once it is working there, it should be easy to wrap those calls with something like PyObjC... but until then, that might just get in the way. Need to define what it is that you want to do first.

when wanting to make calls for Cocoa from Python,

consider the Cocoa and Objective C calls first
make it work with Objective C and Xcode first

once it is working there, it should be easy(er) to wrap those calls with something like PyObjC... but until then, that might just get in the way. Need to define what it is that you want to do first.


download the cocoa-port branch for pyglet
investigate differences
view approaches for opening a window context there.

also [2011.01.25 14:47:53]
hg clone https://pyglet.googlecode.com/hg/ pyglet-cocoa
cd pyglet-cocoa
#to switch to cocoa-port:
hg update cocoa-port

Python /c/moments/moments/scripts/diff_directories.py /c/downloads/python-testing/pyglet-cocoa/ /c/downloads/python-testing/pyglet-hg/

/c/technical/instances.txt
/c/technical/system/cocoa.txt

Pylons is becoming Pyramid which is based on repoze.bfg framework. Good to know if one of the larger frameworks are needed in the future.

http://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&channel=s&hl=en&source=hp&biw=973&bih=528&q=pyramid+python&btnG=Google+Search
pyramid python - Google Search
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyramid/1.0a1
Python Package Index : pyramid 1.0a1
http://docs.pylonsproject.org/
The Pylons Project Documentation — The Pylons Project Documentation v0.0
http://docs.pylonsproject.org/projects/pyramid/dev/
The Pyramid Web Application Development Framework — The Pyramid Web Application Development Framework v1.0a9
http://docs.pylonsproject.org/projects/pyramid/dev/narr/install.html
Installing Pyramid — The Pyramid Web Application Development Framework v1.0a9
http://docs.pylonsproject.org/projects/pyramid/dev/tutorials/gae/index.html#appengine-tutorial
Running Pyramid on Google’s App Engine — The Pyramid Web Application Development Framework v1.0a9
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