pyTermTk sandbox with Pyodide + xterm.js + CodeMirror5 + other stuff

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  • pyTermTk

    Python Terminal Toolkit

    After giving up countless times since I started this project, I finally managed to dig the dark secrets of Pyodide and run pyTermTk on a browser, all of this, of course, thanks to the magic of xterm.js. I know, my friend, I know what you are thinking, I was disgusted at first picturing that hideous javascript defiling the python purity of my code, but, when I saw my red pepper shining on webkit engine, well, I couldn't hold back a tear. And after that, who am I to not include also an editor and my collection of demos and examples? So, here it is, a super minimal buggy and feature incomplete pyTermTk Sandbox

  • xterm.js

    A terminal for the web

    After giving up countless times since I started this project, I finally managed to dig the dark secrets of Pyodide and run pyTermTk on a browser, all of this, of course, thanks to the magic of xterm.js. I know, my friend, I know what you are thinking, I was disgusted at first picturing that hideous javascript defiling the python purity of my code, but, when I saw my red pepper shining on webkit engine, well, I couldn't hold back a tear. And after that, who am I to not include also an editor and my collection of demos and examples? So, here it is, a super minimal buggy and feature incomplete pyTermTk Sandbox

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  • ttkode

    Terminal ToolKit Studio Code editor

    Except the Sandbox that I would consider more a toy than a proper killer application (although this will allows me to participate to the next 7drl). The last feature I was seriously working on is the TTkTextEdit widget + multi cursors support with whom I am planning to make a terminal editor (ttkode) with the aesthetic and user friendliness of SublimeText or vscode

  • sublime_text

    Issue tracker for Sublime Text

    Except the Sandbox that I would consider more a toy than a proper killer application (although this will allows me to participate to the next 7drl). The last feature I was seriously working on is the TTkTextEdit widget + multi cursors support with whom I am planning to make a terminal editor (ttkode) with the aesthetic and user friendliness of SublimeText or vscode

  • Visual Studio Code

    Visual Studio Code

    Except the Sandbox that I would consider more a toy than a proper killer application (although this will allows me to participate to the next 7drl). The last feature I was seriously working on is the TTkTextEdit widget + multi cursors support with whom I am planning to make a terminal editor (ttkode) with the aesthetic and user friendliness of SublimeText or vscode

  • CodeMirror

    In-browser code editor (version 5, legacy)

    After giving up countless times since I started this project, I finally managed to dig the dark secrets of Pyodide and run pyTermTk on a browser, all of this, of course, thanks to the magic of xterm.js. I know, my friend, I know what you are thinking, I was disgusted at first picturing that hideous javascript defiling the python purity of my code, but, when I saw my red pepper shining on webkit engine, well, I couldn't hold back a tear. And after that, who am I to not include also an editor and my collection of demos and examples? So, here it is, a super minimal buggy and feature incomplete pyTermTk Sandbox

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