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DLTK, Python and ANTLR [message #14425] Sat, 18 August 2007 02:34 Go to next message
Auerliano is currently offline AuerlianoFriend
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Hi,

I seems that due to some license problems DLTK Python is disappeared
from your project. A long time ago it was said that this is under
consideration of the eclipse team. Any idea when you can release the
Python version? It would be good to give us a practical estimate, by
'practical estimation' I mean something *not* like the mid-july
estimation given in www.xored.com :)
Re: DLTK, Python and ANTLR [message #14484 is a reply to message #14425] Mon, 20 August 2007 08:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Andrei Sobolev is currently offline Andrei SobolevFriend
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Hi, Ali
> Hi,
>
> I seems that due to some license problems DLTK Python is disappeared
> from your project. A long time ago it was said that this is under
> consideration of the eclipse team. Any idea when you can release the
> Python version?

Python version are already available in 1.0 integration builds.
You could obtain it from Eclipse download site.
( http://download.eclipse.org/technology/dltk/downloads/drops/ R1.0/I-I200708170746-200708170746/)

License problems was with ANTLR lib. It is not possible to use ANTLR 2.x
for Eclipse projects. But recently Eclipse guys approved ANTLR 3.x, so
we use it for Python.

Thanks.
Re: DLTK, Python and ANTLR [message #14575 is a reply to message #14484] Tue, 21 August 2007 00:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Auerliano is currently offline AuerlianoFriend
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Andrei Sobolev wrote:
> Hi, Ali
>> Hi,
>>
>> I seems that due to some license problems DLTK Python is disappeared
>> from your project. A long time ago it was said that this is under
>> consideration of the eclipse team. Any idea when you can release the
>> Python version?
>
> Python version are already available in 1.0 integration builds.
> You could obtain it from Eclipse download site.
> ( http://download.eclipse.org/technology/dltk/downloads/drops/ R1.0/I-I200708170746-200708170746/)

I have tried this, hoever, things like code completion do not work. Also
if you try this:

class Foo:
def foo():
pass
f = Foo.newwww

there will not be any error signs next to the last line. Is this expected?
Re: DLTK, Python and ANTLR [message #14636 is a reply to message #14575] Tue, 21 August 2007 05:58 Go to previous message
Andrei Sobolev is currently offline Andrei SobolevFriend
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Hi Ali,

Actually Python support are in very beginning stage.

We provided only basic functionality, advanced features line completion,
selection, etc aren't implemented yet.

Andrei.
> Andrei Sobolev wrote:
>> Hi, Ali
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I seems that due to some license problems DLTK Python is disappeared
>>> from your project. A long time ago it was said that this is under
>>> consideration of the eclipse team. Any idea when you can release the
>>> Python version?
>>
>> Python version are already available in 1.0 integration builds.
>> You could obtain it from Eclipse download site.
>> ( http://download.eclipse.org/technology/dltk/downloads/drops/ R1.0/I-I200708170746-200708170746/)
>>
>
> I have tried this, hoever, things like code completion do not work. Also
> if you try this:
>
> class Foo:
> def foo():
> pass
> f = Foo.newwww
>
> there will not be any error signs next to the last line. Is this expected?
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