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Your Suggestions for a new Python IDE

Hey again!

I'm working on a new IDE for Python, i'm using .NET for it, i'm combining C++ with Visual Basic to get the most of it.

Anyway, I'm not a Python PRO. So i'm gonna be needing some suggestions from all of you guys, any idea or thing that you want to see in an IDE designed specially for Python, just post a replay.

Here is what I came up till now:
- It's gonna be for Windows Only (I know that a lot of people uses linux, but i'm using Visual Studio .Net, maybe it'll work when a new .Net framework for Linux comes up)
- Everything a programmer need to manage a project.
- Tools for people who use GTK & Tk.
- Of course all these kinds of colour coding an line numbering, and a handful design (it's going to be similar to the Visual Studio IDE style)

About the name I thought about EPIDLE (Enhanced Pyton IDLE), any other suggested names are welcome.

And of course, If any one likes to participate, just drop me an email: beshrkayali@gmail.com

Thanx all!
Dec 21 '07 #1
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