Thursday, November 19, 2009

Pydev 1.5.1 released

Yeap, this release took more time than usually, but I hope it was worth it. The major things as I posted previously were related to the refactoring engine.

There were also a number of other minor problems and features done along the way.

The complete info may be found at: http://pydev.org/

So, now that it's out, what's next?

Well, the last releases were all about giving more power to the user (refactoring, jump in the debugger, app engine, merging pydev extensions to pydev, IronPython support -- did I mention that the pydev debugger is now working with the latest IronPython?), so, I think that now would be a good time to step back a little and work on ironing out the bugs and making some profiling sessions (for both speed and memory).

6 comments:

Niko said...

Thanks for the update. Are there any plans for integrating a profiler? I saw that work on this was mentioned some time ago. This would be a really cool and important feature. Thanks!

Fabio Zadrozny said...

Not for this release... There's already a patch for a profiler in the feature requests, but right now I think it's a bit too raw to add.

Michael Foord said...

There's no frickin' space in IronPython. M'okay? That is all.

Fabio Zadrozny said...

Fixed :)

Michael Foord said...

Thanks. :-)

That has annoyed me about the last few PyDev announcements. Unfortunately spellcheckers don't help in this case...

Fabio Zadrozny said...

Yup... I guess it's too much coding. Whenever I see something CamelCase I automatically assume it's the same as camel_case (meaning it's 2 words).

I'm up to updating the references in the pydev homepage now :)