This page describes the planning of Pyjama Editor and Shell. The Pyjama IDE is a cross-platform environment for learning about computing. This is part of the Pyjama Project.
Getting Source Code
For those with write permissions to the SVN Bryn Mawr College source code repository:
svn co https://svn.cs.brynmawr.edu/Pyjama/trunk Pyjama
You can browse the source code here:
You will also need:
- gtk (and libgtk2.0-cil-dev, for package-config files)
You do not need to make anything. All of the libraries that you need come pre-built. But, if you want to know, this section describes what you need to do.
You will need petite scheme to make Pyjama Scheme from scratch.
To build everything, run "make" in the root:
cd Pyjama make
That will build platform independent modules/Myro.dll, modules/Graphics.dll, and languages/Scheme.dll.
To run code:
cd Pyjama make
There are 5 directories in the Pyjama folder:
- bin - contains the startup exe and dll files
- bin/Lib - contains the standard Python libraries
- languages - contains the language definition files for Python, Ruby, Scheme, and Dinah
- modules - Cross-language modules that can be used by all Pyjama languages
- examples - sample code, broken down by language
- src - the code to run the Pyjama Project
Pyjama is written in IronPython, using the Gtk# graphical toolkit. The Python files for the Pyjama Project are in Pyjama/src/*.py. They are:
- document.py - base classes for Document interface
- editor.py - the Editor Window
- engine.py - base classes for the Engine interface
- pyjama.py - setup and startup code
- reflection.py - code to read DLL data
- shell.py - the Shell Window
- utils.py - utility functions and classes
- window.py - base class for Shell and Editor
Pyjama is an editor and executor of code from a Language. Languages are defined in Pyjama/languages and define two items: editor document, and an executor engine. Pyjama has 4 languages, in various states of completeness:
- Python (finished)
- Ruby (nearly finished)
- Scheme (somewhat working)
- Dinah (drag and drop language, just started)
- Sympl (experimental Lisp-like language written in Python for the DLR)
A Language file in Pyjama/languages/*.py defines the editing document, and the shell executor API. Documents can do things like open, save, and display data for editing. Engines can do things like execute, execute_file, and parse files. Engines also allow for the languages to share data and functionality.
See NOTES in the Pyjama download (package or svn).
For more, see PyjamaScreenShots
If you have any trouble, find bugs, or want to make a feature request, please do that at: