Category Archives: Technology
As history suggests, this blog might never be updated again. I’ll leave it open for archeological purposes, and because some posts seem to be actually useful for some people: Scientific Python for all: Matlab vs. SAGE and Python, The Enthought Python Distribution … Continue reading
Another thing I haven’t seen (yet) mentioned anywhere… In the last snow leopard build (10a394), the new “dock+expose” feature is enabled, and a new related option has appeared in the Dock preferences (see screenshot above). The checkbox label translates to … Continue reading
I haven’t seen this reported anywhere, and it’s not really surprising since it will affect only a minority of Mac users, but here goes: In Snow Leopard, french locale, the “Movies” folder will be called Vidéos. Finally. At least that’s … Continue reading
Anonymous. Looks good anti-aliased or not, at various sizes. Very readable, and a lot of personality – a nice change of air from Deja Vu/Inconsolata.
A new beta 2 of the Enthought Python Distribution has been released. It includes updates to the latest versions of wxPython (220.127.116.11), VTK (5.2), IPython (0.9.1), matplotlib (0.98.3), ETS (3.0.2) and some other stuff. It looks like NumPy is still … Continue reading
The proceedings for Scipy2008 (ie the 7th Python in Science conference) are now online. It would be worth mentioning for the State of Scipy article alone, but there’s tons of nifty up-to-date information there, which is hard to get otherwise … Continue reading
As a sort-of follow-up to my own post praising SAGE as an all-in-one Python distribution including tons of science goodies, I want to also point out that the Enthought Python Distribution is now available in beta form for Mac OS … Continue reading
A while ago, I noticed a weird bug affecting the way QuickLook on Leopard showed characters with french accents, while being careful to save in UTF-8 from TextMate: TM’s on left, QL on the right. Unix deities seemed to confirm … Continue reading
It took a while. Doesn’t want to be installed on minefield builds, though (via MacOSXHints).