Which Python IDE?
ebashi at gmail.com
Fri Mar 7 05:09:47 UTC 2008
Pydev is a good python editor and as you know there is an eclipse
plug-in for it. I use vi myself, but when I'm in the mood to use a Gui
Editor I use pydev. Its developers have not gone overboard with
options like Eric IDE for example. I like it because it's light weight
and does not try to be an all in one type of editor.
On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 2:52 PM, Francisco Borges
<francisco.borges at gmail.com> wrote:
> I used Emacs to develop Python for many years, but after a while using
> Eclipse to write Java, I am determined not to use an editor without
> language introspection feature (read: Emacs) again.
> I tried googling for "best python ide" but most comparisons I found
> were pretty old.
> Is there anyone here who can give advice of what I should try first?
> Eclipse+pyDev? Eric? SPE?
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