I recently created by my first Lektor Plugin, read-full-post, and wanted to create a getting starting guide for creating a plugin and debugging it in PyCharm.
In this article we will pull the lektor project, create a plugin that modifies the body of every blog post, debug the plugin in PyCharm and look at some of the data in the debugger.
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Neuron v2 has been released. It contains the following changes
- Updated to Python 3
- Uses wxPython
- Includes script to generate exe and installer (via PyInstaller and NSIS)
I recently wanted software to notify me when services, installed programs, and startup programs were added, removed, or changed.
I found some wmic commands to give me that information, as well as much more information.
I created a program to simply gather information about a Windows system and then notify the user when it has changed, and view the differences.
It is currently released in beta.
I was recently looking to gather the same data that msinfo32 reports and I found a couple wmic commands that provided me with what I needed.
The first is a basic wmic command eg
wmic service get /format:list. This will output the services on Windows.
wmic /? to see a list of other information you can gather.
Other formatting options
The second wmic command uses the CIM WMI Provider. eg
wmic path CIM_LogicialDisk get /value. This outputs the logical disks that Windows detects.
To find a list of possible options see the MSDN docs https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa386541.aspx