Friday, February 17, 2006

Today, I've been playing with "Wax", a more pythonic way to make wxPython programs than using the admittedly rather unpleasant straight wxPython (which is a very thin wrapper over C++ wxPython GUI library). So far, Wax feels great.

There is a thread on usenet about my search & discovery of Wax, here.

I am implementing a simple (but general-purpose) software resource/project management app/extensible framework. Here's what I've managed to put together so far (yes, it's not much ;-) ):

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

OpenSVN

OpenSVN is a cool service that hosts a backed up Subversion repository for you, for free. Registration was trouble free, and there are no advertisements or other annoyances.

I checked in some small personal projects (open source), available at

http://opensvn.csie.org/vvprj/trunk/