Monthly Archives: December 2016

Tomboy: a post-it notes apps

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The last time i’ve heard is that tomboy is related to LGBT community term but that was changed when I’ve encountered a semi-post it notes desktop application in Linux Desktop. Yes its a software , a note taking software that helps a lot in organizing and documenting text. I’ve used this one for quite some time. Googling for some related documents on this software, i’ve found out that its not limited to Linux OS alone, but for Mac and Windows as well.

It has a wiki link system that when you write something and decides that there will be another link on it, you just have to click the link button.

If you’re in debian based distro, just do “apt-get install tomboy” , should be automatically added in your system.

 

 

Blender: The best Opensource 3d Software

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I’m returning to my study now in Blender after getting bored of doing some programming task.  These various renders has been for a while and I need to get this updated starting today.  I even ordered 3 books from Switzerland just to get started this. I have few community that I get involved with online including the Blender Philippines before but I didnt get to finish my interest here as there are some pressing task that I have to attend.

Again, this is is my return to the blender software and my rendered 3d before.

 

Thanks and enjoy 🙂

 

 

Fix: Error on py2exe script when wxpython version changes

When you change the version of the wxpython and then rebuild the py2exe script you made, there were some errors that shows up and that it cant be compiled to exe as expected. When this happen,  you need to check  your “build” folder.

And then on the  at the beginning of setup.py, type the following:

# cleanup dist and build directory first (for new py2exe version)
if os.path.exists(“dist/prog”):
shutil.rmtree(“dist/prog”)

if os.path.exists(“dist/lib”):
shutil.rmtree(“dist/lib”)

if os.path.exists(“build”):
shutil.rmtree(“build”)

This should fix the problem you have.