This python recipe demonstrates how to use ShowHTMLDialog with Python, ctypes and comtypes on Windows.
The recipe described in this post demonstrates how to write foreground and background colored text in a Windows Command Line with Python and ctypes.
SciTE Context Menu 1.4.0 is now available. If fixes bugs introduced in version 1.3.0. This version introduced a new GUID to prevent conflicts with other context menus based on this implementation. Read the rest of this entry »
SciTE Context Menu 1.3.0 is now available. The main enhancement is the support for Windows Vista 64-bit. Read the rest of this entry »
The previous Python Tip, XML Schema Validation with Python, MSXML and PyWin32, described how to use PyWin32 and MSXML to validate XML contents against an XML Schema. The adaptation to perform the same with comtypes instead of PyWin32 is a simple translation. Read the rest of this entry »
Python ships with XML libraries, but none addressing XML Schema validation. Several options are available to make up for this feature. The solution demonstrated in this Python Tip is a basic implementation of XML schema validation using MSXML and PyWin32. Read the rest of this entry »
Burgaud.com 6.0 is now available. After debating and testing different CMS’s (Content Management Systems) over the last few months I finally decided to deploy Burgaud.com 6.0 using WordPress. This is also the occasion to look back at the different versions of Burgaud.com since 1999. Read the rest of this entry »
On Microsoft Windows one uses intensively Windows Explorer to access files on the system. Sometimes it is also necessary to open a command line in order to run commands that are not available via Windows Explorer. Wouldn’t it be nice to open a command line in a folder from Windows Explorer? This article describes some of the options and provides complementary resources.
JUnit, the unit test framework written by Erich Gamma and Kent Beck, is not the only alternative for unit testing in the Java environment. This article provides a simple demonstration on how to use Jython, PyUnit and Ant to unit test a Java project. To provide better elements of comparison, the example provided is the same as the one available in the JUnit distribution: MoneyTest. Read the rest of this entry »
Réaliser les tests unitaires d’applications Java en combinant l’utilisation de Jython, PyUnit et Apache Ant peut être une viable alternative à l’usage exclusif de JUnit. Read the rest of this entry »