[solved] Programming python on #! what do i need?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi, i want to learn programming in python, i think its an interesting programming language.I have a little knowlage from youngerdays with basic, i find python a bit simular as basic.Iam writing test codes in geany but i dont know what more i need to run things.i made a number guess game and named it game.py .But what do i need to download to try the "game".What are you recommending to do (HowTos)

How to Get Python Build Results in Terminal with Sublime Text 2view story

http://www.ubuntuvibes.com – Sublime Text 2 is a powerful text editor for Linux that comes with lots of plugins and customization options. The text editor is pretty good, however, one thing I don't like about it is that build/execute results are shown in its native console rather than system default shell like gnome-terminal.  This problem can be easily solved by creating a new build file and adding foll (HowTos)

Web Development Toolsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi guys, I'm relatively new to Ubuntu, and I come from Windows 7. Most of my time spent on Windows 7 is for using Dreamweaver to edit and upload PHP, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files. A lot of folks have ridiculed me for using Dreamweaver, although I still don't really know why. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Python code runs successfully sometimes & sometimes notview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I wrote a simple script in Python logging activity. It runs great when I start it in Geany, and it seems to be no problem when it is run in the terminal. (Hardware)

I am newview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi All. just installed crunchboxIts great. Unity finally drove me crazy. i alt tab between gvim windows and shell windows professionally. could we have update-alternatives replace all the geany in openbox.rc.xml (say).  Also running nm-applet as root to add new wireless connections will annoy my life partner. she needs to keep ubuntu (HowTos)

Clean desktop filesview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This is very uglyand 4 times the same thing? What do they do anyways?This is how it should look like:Because the wine-developers seem to be busy with more important things I threw together a little python script that will do the job. It will not only fix Wine's .desktop entries, but also merge duplicate ones.I can't guarantee that this script will work. (HowTos)

Install Extra Plugins and Color Schemes in Geany 1.22view story

http://www.ubuntuvibes.com – Geany is a fast and lightweight text editor and IDE for Linux. Geany 1.22 was released recently with many new features. Geany comes with a few plugins installed by default, however there are many other useful plugins maintained by community. (HowTos)

Geany Text Editor Updated to Version 1.22, Install from PPAview story

http://www.ubuntuvibes.com – Geany is one of the most popular text editors for Linux and it is used by many developers to write code for applications. It is pretty lightweight and includes basic features of an integrated development environment (IDE). Geany has been updated to new version with many new features and fixes. (HowTos)

Vim, Code Folding: Highlighting?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Howdy-ha, everyone.  Here's a question: Both Geany and Kate place code folds at branching and looping statements, and I know Vim is capable of doing the same.  However, the one thing these two graphical editors do that I'd like to see in Vim is to highlight the complete block of code when the mouse pointer is placed over the fold marker.  Here's an example in Kate (pl (HowTos)

Run option in geany text editorview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have seen the run option (F5) in geany text editor. If I run an html code it opens a browser and in case of php code it will show all the html content on the terminal . I was wondering what exactly is this run option supposed to do. (HowTos)