Windows Support (At Last!)
Earlier this summer we released version 2.0 of our Python IDE, Rodeo, for Mac & Linux. After lots of code rewriting and TLC, we are excited to finally officially support Windows with version 2.1.
I'm a Windows User. What's new since Rodeo 1.3?
Stability + logging
If you're a Windows user still running Rodeo 1.3, the biggest difference that you'll notice is its wildly improved stability. Rodeo no longer misbehaves and freezes/crashes inexplicably. Thanks to a code overhaul from the ground up, Rodeo just works.
So we can continue squashing bugs and catching errors, we’ve added logging so that you can record what goes wrong and contribute to a discourse forum (in addition to Github) where you can post questions & communicate with the Rodeo team.
Streamlined UI (less stuff)
When we rebuilt Rodeo, we stripped away parts of the existing UI and features. We still have all of the old code, so we’ll be gradually adding back in the useful stuff, but for this release we’ve really focused on the basics. We hope you like the new look and feel as much as we do.
We added an integrated sidebar so that you can get Python tutorial content without ever leaving Rodeo. Whether you're new, intermediate, or experienced in Python, there's something for you.
I'm a Mac or Linux User. What's new since Rodeo 2.0.13?
- We made the minimap smaller
- We show the working directory to the user
- We changed the starting script to use
! pip install
- We added a link to the blog
Don’t just take our word for how much better Rodeo is, go ahead and test it out. We can’t wait to hear your thoughts, feedback, and feature requests on the discourse forum!