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Programming Python

Python Fiddle, an IDE That Runs In Your Browser 113

An anonymous reader writes "The site Python Fiddle, like the similarly named jsFiddle, allows users to post code and share it with others. However, unlike jsfiddle, pythonfiddle brings a major advancement with the Python language, which fully runs in the browser."
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Python Fiddle, an IDE That Runs In Your Browser

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  • by drb226 ( 1938360 ) on Sunday August 28, 2011 @06:46PM (#37236976) just build the Python interpreter right into browsers, like JavaScript.
  • Re:Dear Developers.. (Score:5, Interesting)

    by FlyingGuy ( 989135 ) <> on Sunday August 28, 2011 @07:45PM (#37237352)

    Dear Anonymous COWARD

    If software developers actually wrote and deployed their applications correctly a lot of whats broken in Windows would actually be fixed!

    This is not to say that Windows does not have problems, it has TONS of them, but many many of them would be resolved if the idiots actually wrote applications that did not:

    • Put their data files in "/program files".
    • Fail to set the correct rights to the registry keys they create on install.
    • Require "power user" or above permissions.
    • Scatter their damn DLL's all over the fucking hard drive, then rely on the OS to track them down and do the loading for them instead of keeping them with their main executable and loading and unloading them explicitly with their program.
    • Put all sorts of shit in the system or system32 directory.

    That is but a tiny sample of the brain dead shit that application programmers do which in turn causes all sorts of chaos in windows. YES Microsfot did build a whole shit load of supidity into Windows but the people who write software for it are even worse since they simple never do it correctly.

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