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Writing PEP8-aware Python Code in Komodo

By Sridhar Ratnakumar, September 17, 2010

PEP 8 (the document) is the official coding style guide for Python programmers. pep8 (the utility) is a tool to check for style deviations in your Python source code. Here is how you can quickly integrate pep8 checking for your code in Komodo.

Komodo Run Command... Dialog

Category: python

Komodo 6.0 RC 1: More Stable, Places UI Love

By , September 9, 2010

We (ActiveState) released Komodo 6.0 RC 1 today and we want your feedback. If you are using beta 3 from about a month ago you can update via Komodo's Help > Check for Updates... menu entry.

Category: announcements

Celebrating 22 Builds of Komodo by the LA Zoo

By , August 30, 2010

Komodo [heart] LA ZooLast Thursday the LA Zoo & Botanical Gardens tweeted that they’d successfully hatched 22 Komodo dragons (more info). That’s awesome! Congratulations to the Zoo staff on their efforts.

Category: perl, python, tcl

Komodo IDE on a USB stick

By Troy Topnik, August 10, 2010

Komodo on a USB stickI like it when a Komodo tech support email comes in that makes me think "Good question. I don't know the answer. I bet we could make this work though."

One such question arrived last week from a long-time Komodo user who wanted us to make Komodo "portable" so that he could run it from a USB stick when he was travelling. Not everyone uses a laptop after all.

Komodo 6.0 Beta 3: Faster, More Stable, Invoke Tool panel

By , August 4, 2010

We (ActiveState) released Komodo 6.0 beta 3 today and we want your feedback. If you tried beta 2 from about a month ago and hit stability issues, I’m pleased to note that we’ve squashed a few major crasher bugs: beta 3 is much more stable. We’ve made some significant performance improvements as well. Update via Komodo’s Help > Check for Updates… menu entry and give it another try.

Category: announcements

Check out DjangoDash 2010

By Diane Mueller, August 1, 2010

ActiveState is pleased to sponsor this year's  Django Dash 2010, a 48-hour competition for Django enthusiasts to "flex and show off their coding skills".

Registration: August 1 - 7
Competition: August 14 - 15
Winners Announced: August 31

Category: events, python

ActiveState Komodo 6, Projects, Extensions and You

By Eric Promislow, July 14, 2010

With the second beta of Komodo 6, you're going to see a few changes to the project system. For years, the project system has served triple duty as a file manager, a toolbox, and a general container for preferences and other resources. We knew that, while the project system was adequate, we could improve the way Komodo handles files and tools.

Category: announcements

Komodo 6.0 Beta 2: HTML 5, CSS 3, Python 3, Database Explorer, Publishing, ...

By Trent Mick, July 14, 2010

We (ActiveState) released Komodo 6.0 beta 2 yesterday and we want your feedback, bugs and IDE dreams. While we've made nightlies available since almost the first builds of Komodo 6, we feel that Komodo 6 is getting stable enough that it is time to start talking about it more to get a wider audience trying it and giving us feedback on what we've done so far.

Category: announcements

Our favorite Komodo IDE add-ons

By Todd Whiteman, March 23, 2010

Komodo Extensions - Top Picks

There are many great add-ons that have been written to extend Komodo, providing a slew of new features and functionality. You can use Komodo's Tools -> Add-ons menu to launch the add-on dialog, then search for and install new Komodo extensions like the ones listed below.

Two reasons why an ActiveState fan uses Komodo!

By Troy Topnik, November 12, 2009

We love user screencasts!

As the guy who does most of the Komodo screencasts around here, I'm always delighted to see one that's been done by someone else. Creating a screencast takes a bit of time and it's difficult to get them right, so when someone spends the effort to make one just because they like our product, it makes us very proud.

Here's one by amberforge that shows off:

  1. Komodo's 'Go to Definition'
  2. Autocomplete features for PHP

Short and sweet:

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