Re: ITP: crunchy -- Delivers html-written python tutorials in a browser window, adding interactive elements
On Dec 5, 2007 5:51 PM, Hendrik Sattler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Description : Delivers html-written python tutorials in a browser
> > window, adding interactive elements
> too long
Yeah yeah, 60 chars, I know, It's just temporary, to be fixed /
improved / rewritten.
Just like the following paragraph is a copy paste from their website... to be
reformatted / etc.
> That says what it does but not what it is. What kind of application?(no l
> "Delivers [...] inside a browser window" doesn't make any sense to me. Does it
> generate HTML formatted output files or is it a webserver or a browser plugin
To answer your question, it takes any python tutorial with code in a <pre> tag
page, and test it as you go, similar to the W3C's CSS school....
So, it generates
HTML formatted output files. It also acts as a web server and is
manually, instead of as a daemon. It has three security levels, the
rather secure..... For more info, download the tarball,
'cd crunchy/ && python crunchy.py' :o)
Hope this answers your questions,
Ryan K. (ryanakca)
Get my public key: http://blog.ryanak.ca/E95EDDC9.gpg