MathBench & Yapsy
My little pet project MathBench has finally reached a reasonably stable state si that I could do the first release today.
My intention in doing this was to test some ideas about how a (Python) shell could help its users by providing the usual nice features (completion, syntax highlighting etc) but also by making it much easier than usual to access consistent information about what they're doing.
On the technology side: it's all written in Python, borrows most of its features to the Py project from wxPython, and is extensible thanks to my other pet project: yapsy.
Oh and thanks to these technologies it is cross-platform and works on Linux, MacOSX and Windows.