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    Re: Python for Web programming...

    Thanks for all your input people, I'm keeping my eye in the thread and presently django seems to be the most regular mention. Perhaps I'll bite the bullet soon and give it a go.

    All input is...
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    Re: Python for Web programming...

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    Re: Python for Web programming...

    Let's put the nastiness aside, I do appreciate your input here and was only trying to make light of the argument going on. You obviously are far more versed in these matters than myself, but as I...
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    Re: Python for Web programming...

    Maybe you want to calm yourself down pal. I only asked a simple question about suggestions for developing web apps with Python. You seem to have gotten a right strop on and want to impress others...
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    Re: Python for Web programming...

    That didn't help in relieving my confusion! I'm still at a loss. If Guido can't make his mind up then I've got no chance.
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    Python for Web programming...

    I've recently started to use Python, which I like. I'd like to go on further with it and use it to create web applications. Since looking around I've become ovewrwhelmed with the amount of options...
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    Re: Enlightened Gnome: The Ultimate in Ubuntu Eye Candy

    I've managed to get E16 to load but I have no left click (I can't access any apps).

    Anyone know how to rectify?
  8. Thread: Best Python IDE?

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    Re: Best Python IDE?

    Is ActiveState Komodo free?
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    Re: Best Python IDE?

    What kind of GUI creation does eric offer - I'm looking for a kind of drag 'n ' drop job if possible? And is it popular?

    I removed all traces of windows from my home. I think Linux and open...
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    Best Python IDE?

    I've recently started programming in Python and I'd like some suggestions as to which IDE to use. Currently I'm just using gEdit, but want to move on to something where I can create GUI apps without...
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    Re: HOWTO: Restore GRUB (if your MBR is messed up)

    I may be missing the point here, but can't you just do:


    dd if=/dev/hda of=hdambr bs=512 count=1

    to restore the 1st stage loader and the reinstate a backup of the /boot partition?
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    Re: How did you learn to program

    I'm also starting to learn to program. I have used some C++ and Ruby. I tend to get the basics OK. I understand OO etc. I can write programs in these languages.

    My problems start when I want...
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    Re: Python or Ruby???

    I have decided to continue with Ruby for the time being. I'm currently looking at ruby-GNOME2, which seems prerry straight forward so far although I would still prefer a graphical interface builder....
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    Re: Python or Ruby???

    I have seen this book and it looks superb. I suppose I could use the C++ version too.
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    Re: Python or Ruby???

    Is there any to create the graphical interface like visual studio and then write the code behind. It just seems tedious to have to code all the visual stuff?
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    Re: Python or Ruby???

    Well it's not that I dont want to learn C++, but as I said, it just got a bit heavy going for me. I suppose ultimately I would like to the ability, but at the moment I think it's a bit out of my...
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    Re: Python or Ruby???

    Thanks for the quick replies people.

    Quoting cwaldbieser "There are about a zillion web frameworks in Python". It looks as if I need to give one a go as you say. I just don't like spending loads...
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    Python or Ruby???

    Hello people,

    I have recently started learning programming. I played about with a couple of languages, namely C++ and Ruby.

    I think C++ is a little heavy going for me at the moment, so I've...
  19. Thread: ruby poo...

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    Re: ruby poo...

    You could need to try..

    irb --simple-prompt

    or ruby, then enter your program then press CTRL+D.

    I'm just starting to look at it myself. Looks good. I'd like some info on which way to go...
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