Tonight just after 8pm there was a 5.6 earthquake, and it occured while I was driving home. On a very high, very long, curvy freeway cloverleaf type junction ramp, going from I-280 to Hwy 101 in South SanJose, going south. Right here.
If I try to edit in the Code editor, I save and it pops me back to Visual mode. If I go back to Code, it’s mangled all my <br/>s and <code> tags and whay have you. Basically makes an ugly run-on paragraph. Ugghh. I spent soooo much time re-editing that last post. There must be a better way, right?
[UPDATE]: The latest builds of iPython have a fix for tab-completion built-in, so the patch mentioned below isn’t necessary.
Python users who are running Mac OS X 10.5, aka Leopard, will be pleased to find that Leopard ships with Python version 2.5.1, and comes with a host of wonderful things. Especially in the PyObjC realm, something I’ll cover in another post. Tiger had a rather lame build of Python 2.3 installed by default which had no readline support.