Thursday, October 10, 2013

Schwartz 0.5

Schwartz, from Fake developer Todd Ditchendorf, is a shell for writing (and debugging!) Python scripts that use the Quartz 2D API. Great name and icon. You don’t need any boilerplate code to play around with Quartz; just implement a draw() function, and Schwartz displays the drawn image in a pane next to your code.

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[...] Exedore is a new Python IDE with syntax highlighting, auto-completion, a debugger, and a documentation browser. It’s like a more general version of Schwartz. [...]

[…] NodeBox, which it’s based on, it’s open-source. It sounds similar to Schwartz, another app for driving Quartz 2D from Python. But whereas Schwartz is like a Python IDE for the […]

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