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Why did Apple remove Python support in Mavericks, aka Mac OS X 10.9? [closed]

In a rather unceremonious way - Apple has removed Python support (at least from the SDK) in 10.9. Python IS still installed on the system in... /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework but ...
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From an execution perspective is an interpreter the same as the JVM / or the .net Framework

I've recently started two introductory level courses - one using Python, the other Java. I've read the answers to this Question but still have difficulty understanding how each ends up with machine ...
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Do frameworks put too much abstraction? [closed]

I've been programming for a little under a year and have some experience writing systems applications, web apps, and scripts for businesses/organizations. However, one thing I've never really done is ...
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Test case as a function or test case as a class

I am having a design problem in test automation:- Requirements - Need to test different servers (using unix console and not GUI) through automation framework. Tests which I'm going to run - Unit, ...
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1answer
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Moving from PHP to Python - framework considerations

As a long time PHP developer, I am now starting to explore the Python world. I have narrowed the choice of framework down to Django and Pyramid, probably no big surprise there. I have played a bit ...
3
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2answers
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Web Services as a Back end

I am contemplating a direction to take an application. The application is written in PHP which implements a MVC framework. Some of my clients will require web services. I was thinking even building ...
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1answer
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Is there an equivalent of mod_rewrite for Twisted web?

I've been programming in PHP for a long time, and I've just recently decided to make the switch to Python. Of all the Python web frameworks, I settled on Twisted Web to build the framework of my ...
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Programmers that need a lot of “Outside Help” - Is this bad?

Is it kind of tacky or poor practice when programmers use an unusual amount of libraries/frameworks to accomplish certain tasks? I'm working with someone on a relatively simple programming project ...
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Python MVC framework for desktop applications

I'm used to program with Python and GTK using pygtk library. I feel like my programs are not well separated according to MVC model. I think following a framework it would help me to design better ...