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Python Meta Classes ROCK!!

I’ve been trying to do this for a long time, but could never find a way.  Today I actually spent some time reading up on how metclasses work, and bam! The goal is to have a base class, which has a method called “init_done()”.  I want this method to be called after the actual object is [...]
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Windows Touch vs PyMT: Why multi-touch programming on Windows is too complicated!

Now, I am obviously a bit partial on this topic, having worked in pyMT for quite a while and all.  But I think doing so, we’ve made some valuable observations about what is involved when you program for multi-touch input.  If you want to code multi-touch interactions or applications context becomes very important.  If you read the rest [...]
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