Last week we released a nightly build of Komodo that has restored much of the project functionality from version 5. Over the last few months, we've heard loud and clear that you need to work with multiple projects simultaneously, and that you need to store references to files and folders in those projects.
When you create a pure Python sandbox using virtualenv --no-site-packages the global site-packages directory is rightfully not included ... however, this poses a challenge in accessing non-trivial packages from within the virtualenv.
We recently launched a survey to owners of Komodo IDE 6, asking for their feedback on our newest IDE release. We were really pleased to see that overall our customers are really pleased with what we've provided. We thought we'd share some interesting stats with you in case you're considering picking up a copy of Komodo IDE (don't forget, you save $50 on Komodo upgrades and new Komodo IDE purchases until Dec. 31/10).
We're very excited about the work we're doing with Python these days here at ActiveState. It's been a great year for both Patriots & Python fans, so I though before I shut down my computer to turn my focus to football and turkey, I wanted to reflect on why I am so thankful for Python.