ActivePython 3.220110222232800

ActivePython 3.2

sridharrLast Updated: July 8, 2019activepython, pypm, python, python 3.2, recipes, release
Python 3.2 was released on Sunday and we swiftly prepared ActivePython 3.2 with all the familiar goodies: PyWin32: Python extensions for Windows ̵...
Tips on ActivePython, PyWin32 and virtualenv20101215001313

Tips on ActivePython, PyWin32 and virtualenv

sridharrLast Updated: October 27, 2020activepython, pypm, PyQT4, python, sandbox
When you create a pure Python sandbox using virtualenv --no-site-packages the global site-packages directory is rightfully not inc...
Python PyPM Index – Author build notification, imports, recipes integration20101124215234

Python PyPM Index – Author build notification, imports, recipes integration

sridharrLast Updated: July 22, 2019packages, pypi, pypm, python, recipes
Getting notified of build failures in your Python Packages We wrote a bit about the PyPM Index build notification feature in the previous blog post (P...
PyPM Index for Python Developers20101110182541

PyPM Index for Python Developers

sridharrLast Updated: July 8, 2019activepython, index, modules, pypi, pypm, python
Although PyPM Index was originally intended to be a frontend to browse/search for packages available in the ActivePython PyPM repository, it evolved a...
Writing PEP8-aware Python Code in Komodo20100917132510

Writing PEP8-aware Python Code in Komodo

sridharrLast Updated: October 27, 2020coding style, commands, komodo, pep 8, python, python code
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 Pyt...
Pain-free Continuous Integration for Python Using tox+Hudson20100901130017

Pain-free Continuous Integration for Python Using tox+Hudson

sridharrLast Updated: June 7, 2019hudson, python hudson
At ActiveState, we use Hudson for continuous integration of our various Python projects such as PyPM. Why do we use Hudson and not Buildbot? The short...
ActivePython 2.7 released – and what 2.7 means for Python’s future20100707235225

ActivePython 2.7 released – and what 2.7 means for Python’s future

sridharrLast Updated: May 19, 2021activepython, announcement, python, python download, release
2021 Update - Are you still dependent on Python 2 for your applications? Then you must know that meeting security and compliance standards is a long a...
ActiveState Releases ActivePython 2.6.5.12 and ActivePython 3.1.2.320100325162619

ActiveState Releases ActivePython 2.6.5.12 and ActivePython 3.1.2.3

sridharrLast Updated: July 11, 2019activepython, pypm, python
After the core Python release team released Python 2.6.5 and 3.1.2 this past weekend, the Python team at ActiveState was hard at work to deliver the c...
Better interactive shell for ActivePython20100217192534

Better interactive shell for ActivePython

sridharrLast Updated: October 27, 2020activepython, ipython, linux, macosx, pypm, python development, readline
ActivePython users on Linux or MacOSX may have noted that the arrow keys do not work properly in the command-line Python shell. When you hit up-arrow ...