never used a unit
> testing library.
> PS: How’s Red Lang going? :D
>> On 13 Apr 2021, at 12:02, Peter W A Wood via use-livecode
>> Hi Andre
>>> On 13 Apr 2021, at 18:05, Andre Garzia via use-livecode
> On 13 Apr 2021, at 18:05, Andre Garzia via use-livecode
> We don’t even have unit testing libraries so that we can make sure our code
> works as expected.
I published a simple unit testing library on GitHub but it din’t get any
> On 6 Oct 2019, at 11:34, Colin Holgate via use-livecode
> Pi is a reserved work, so I used pie. I haven’t seen this way of producing Pi
> think it’s a rewording of 4*(1-1/3+1/5-1/7+1/9…)
Many thanks Jacque, Richard and Bob.
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I have recently got an Android tablet and am seeking advice on how best to work
with it in general, not so much with Livecode yet. My main machine is a Mac. I
would like to be able to easily swap files with the Android tablet via wifi and
to remotely login to it from the Mac. I am hoping that I
I am no Python expert having only got over Pythonaphobia, which I contracted
last century, in the last few months.
The standard Python library, which is included in the distribution, includes
the TKinter GUI library. When Python starts up, it doesn’t load many of the
> I am talking beyond the current HTML5 deployment (which I don't own a
> license and can't play with)
I thought that you can deploy to HTML5 with the community licence. The GPL
wouldn’t put you off playing with it, would it?
On 25 Oct 2017, at 09:34, Mark Wieder via use-livecode
> That sounds like the last nail in the coffin for the actual conferences.
Sounds like a great opportunity for you to launch Mark Wieder Event Management
> On 23 Aug 2017, at 22:28, Alex Tweedly via use-livecode
> With the exception of a couple of things that basically scraped data off some
> web pages, every app I've done in the last couple of years (all for personal
> use by myself or friends
> How can we know which is in use for a given string?
> Suppose I wanted to process a lot of text, so performance is critical. Using
> bytes would be optimal, since any chunk type or even Unicode characters may
> vary in length.
> So if I wanted to create an index of byte offsets
First, congratulations on reaching Beta stage of Kognition. Your description on
if it is very intriguing.
I think I can offer you an interesting beta test environment. At the moment, I
have three primary projects (and a number of smaller ones), the data for each
is stored in
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