In this video, I’ll demonstrate how you can use Xcode 5 to build and run Python scripts.
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Thanks a lot for the video!
I have successfully do the same in Xcode 4.
It saved me a lot of time.
You’re welcome and I’m glad you found this tutorial useful Check back soon.
Great tutorial! Thanks very much. I followed the same steps for Xcode 4 (haven’t got round to upgrading yet) and it works really well. Page bookmarked for future reference.
Just one quick query. If the Python script contains something like inputString = raw_input(“Enter string: “), the “Enter string” text appears in the output window but it doesn’t allow anything to be entered via the keyboard. Is this feasible?
Great tutorial, VandaNP. I’ve installed Python 3.x.x and it works on the shell with command python3 and located in programs folder. Any idea how to get it work with Xcode 5?
Do you know how to configure the preferences in Xcode 5.0.1 so as to have automated indentation when loops are employed ?
In Xcode 3.2.6 preferences weresimpler and so much better which is not the case in 5.0.1.
Tab width 4, Indent width 4 and Syntax-aware indenting “In leading white space” are not enough any more!
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