Name: [110] cmpython
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Description: I am an early adopter of ShowMeDo, with ShowMeDo-relevant interests in Python, wxPython, Boa Constructor, and other related entities. I also really enjoy oats. ...

6 - The Editor in Boa Constructor, Part I [ID:1043] (6/9)

in series: Introduction to Boa Constructor

video tutorial by cmpython, added 02/09

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The Editor has tons of interesting features, both for code editing and generally manipulating your wxPython projects. I've broken the videos into two parts. This is part I, in which I mainly discuss the code editing features (the IDE aspect of Boa Constructor), such as code folding, cut/copy/paste, code transformation, code completion, call tips, context help, browse to, indent/dedent, and comment/uncomment.

Although I did not mention it in the video, of course the source code in Boa uses syntax highlighting.

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12. Diana Graham Tue, 20 Jul 2010 13:56

Thanks


11. Tim Moore Thu, 03 Jun 2010 21:08

Thanks this really helpful and interesting


10. anonymous Mon, 16 Nov 2009 08:14

Nice work!


really useful thanks.


7. anonymous Fri, 10 Jul 2009 09:38

Good job, here. I feel comfortable that I can handled editor simple tasks after part 1.

John


6. anonymous Tue, 30 Jun 2009 12:28

Best video so far! Useful stuff


5. anonymous Wed, 24 Jun 2009 00:10

it's a greater one :) thx


4. anonymous Thu, 21 May 2009 02:35

FINALLY!!!

Someone took the time to make a Boa Constructor screencast tutorial.

This application had been lying installed in my computer for the last four years or more. I wan't able to make headway with the tutorial that came with it.

THIS IS A GREAT JOB MAN!

The only thing that i want to add is PLEASE KEEP ADDING MORE when ever you get the time. Boa constructor is the only open source IDE that we have. I don't think I have found any other one like it.

By the way 4010080.flv is missing.

Regards,


3. anonymous Tue, 05 May 2009 02:27

Thank you very much. You made it very good.


Thanks for the comment. I will keep it in mind for future beginner's videos. In the meantime, I suggest pausing the video from time to time to help digest the ideas presented, or "rewinding" as needed.


Good tutorial, bat you must go more slowly for beginners as me


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