3 Jul 2010 lkcl   » (Master)

jsonrpc and pyjamas git web service

New Project: Pyjamas Git Web Server

git clone gitolite@pyjs.org:pyjamasgitweb

of course, it has to be a jsonrpc service: i'm going for a service based on the python XMLRPCServer at the moment, just for kicks, but will be setting it up as a WSGI service soon enough.

the pyjamas front-end of course had to be done - there's really no point in having a web site http://pyjs.org and then installing perl (except for joey's ikiwiki) or php or even a wickedly-fast cgit web service, because they all serve HTML. and the point of the pyjamas project is to duh make every application used in the development of pyjamas work as both a desktop and a web app. so, it could be the best, the most lovely, the most fastest most stonkingly brilliant development tool on the planet, loved by everyone from linus to redmond: if it ain't a pyjamas app, it ain't gonna get onto http://pyjs.org. except joey's ikiwiki :)

ultimately the plan is to put in place a text editor (even if it's a TextArea for now) so that the developers themselves can entirely use pyjamas tools - editing *in* the web browser (or desktop app). that'll be fun, because personally i'll need to recreate vim, including syntax colour highlighting, in python, before i'll use it. deep joy.

and the neat thing about this is that it's not just useful for pyjamas: it could be used by anyone, on any project.

Syndicated 2010-06-28 17:35:30 from blog/lkcl

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