A python source viewer.
A convenient command line tool to check python source code from the python standard library and user installed packages.
Running Pykaboo opens a new tab in your browser listing your python standard library modules folder and user installed packages folder. New paths can also be added to this list.
When clicking on a .py file, python syntax is highlighted and lines are numbered.
Pykaboo shows only ‘.py’ files and directories by default. But you can also allow files with other extensions to be viewed:
$ pykaboo allow .css
Or you can add custom directories next to the default links to the standard library modules and user installed packages:
$ pykaboo add ~/Documents/my_python_projects
For a list of commands:
$ pykaboo help
Linux and OS X users
First install pip. Then:
$ pip install pykaboo
Use Cygwin or use a Linux distro on a virtual machine.
Install Cygwin. During the installation, also mark the bins of Python (under Interpreters) and wget (under Web) for installation.
In the Cygwin terminal run the following commands:
$ wget http://peak.telecommunity.com/dist/ez_setup.py $ python ez_setup.py $ easy_install pip $ pip install pykaboo
To use Pykaboo just run the following command in Cygwin:
In case you get errors, try rebasing Cygwin .
Using a virtual machine:
Here you can find a tutorial to install the Linux distro Ubuntu on the virtual box virtual machine. Once installed see the Linux users section.
Support & bug reports
If you need support or if you spot bugs send a mail to robrecht.de.rouck at gmail.com. If you have a github account opening an issue or making a poll request is appreciated in case of bugs.
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