Download the repo in zip format and extract it, or
git clone it using stash. Then move or copy the
pythonista folder into
site-packages. If the module was installed correctly, you should be able to run the examples.
- Bring together in one place everything possible with
- Make customising the Pythonista app similar to, and as easy as, using the
The code is now broken into several submodules:
pythonista.appcontains functions for setting the badge string/number, clearing the badge, and opening URLs in an
pythonista.classesis a proxy module that can be used to load Objective-C classes. For example
pythonista.classes.NSObject == objc_util.ObjCClass("NSObject").
pythonista.consolecontains functions for getting the current and default console fonts.
pythonista.sharedcontains a few commonly used objects, such as the shared application and a few view controllers.
Note: Please do NOT use
from pythonista import *, as this will cause name conflicts with the default
editor modules. Instead, use it only with
import pythonista, as this way the module's submodules will not overwrite Pythonista's default ones. It is fine to use
from pythonista.module import * with all submodules except for
As of right now, each submodule contains only a small amount of functionality, but as they're expanded, the submodule approach will make much more sense.
pythonista.editor will hopefully eventually contain the classes for easily controlling the editor's look and feel. The structure of these submodules, as well as their names, is likely to change.
- Based on examples posted on the forums by @omz, @JonB, @Webmaster4o, etc.