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IDE on the level of Eclipse or DEVc++?

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is there an IDE for python of the same quality as Eclipse or DEVC++?

I am currently using the editor that coems iwth python and it is all
fine but for bigger projects it would be nice to have some way to
easier browse the projectfiles for example.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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2008/6/23 cirfu <ci**********@yahoo.se>:
is there an IDE for python of the same quality as Eclipse or DEVC++?

I am currently using the editor that coems iwth python and it is all
fine but for bigger projects it would be nice to have some way to
easier browse the projectfiles for example.
Actually, there is a great plugin for Eclipse, called PyDev. You
should check it out. :)
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Jun 27 '08 #2

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"cirfu" <ci**********@yahoo.sewrote in message
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is there an IDE for python of the same quality as Eclipse or DEVC++?

I am currently using the editor that coems iwth python and it is all
fine but for bigger projects it would be nice to have some way to
easier browse the projectfiles for example.
why not eclipse itself, using the pydev plugin?
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Jun 27 '08 #3

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i downloaded the extension for eclipse, nice.

any opinions of netbeans vs eclipse for python?
Jun 27 '08 #4

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cirfu wrote:
is there an IDE for python of the same quality as Eclipse or DEVC++?

I am currently using the editor that coems iwth python and it is all
fine but for bigger projects it would be nice to have some way to
easier browse the projectfiles for example.
I don't know these but you might look at
PyScripter.

Colin W.
Jun 27 '08 #5

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I highly recommend Wing http://www.wingware.com . There are various
licensing levels and even one for open source only developers. The
support is AWESOME!.

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On Mon, 2008-06-23 at 09:15 -0700, cirfu wrote:
is there an IDE for python of the same quality as Eclipse or DEVC++?

I am currently using the editor that coems iwth python and it is all
fine but for bigger projects it would be nice to have some way to
easier browse the projectfiles for example.
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I highly recommend Winghttp://www.wingware.com. There are various
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+1 for WingIDE, My favorite Python IDE. Code Intelligence, Multi-
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cirfu wrote:
is there an IDE for python of the same quality as Eclipse or DEVC++?

I am currently using the editor that coems iwth python and it is all
fine but for bigger projects it would be nice to have some way to
easier browse the projectfiles for example.
I don't want to start a flamewar.

But I like vim.

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Rich Healey wrote:
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I don't want to start a flamewar.

But I like vim.
Hi Rich, could I take a look at your .vimrc , the python stuff.
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David wrote:
Rich Healey wrote:
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I don't want to start a flamewar.

But I like vim.
Hi Rich, could I take a look at your .vimrc , the python stuff.
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hi

my .vimrc is quite simple
syntax on
set ai
"set nu
autocmd BufRead *.py set smartindent
cinwords=if,elif,else,for,while,try,except,finally ,def,class
set ts=4
set et
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David wrote:
Rich Healey wrote:
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I don't want to start a flamewar.

But I like vim.
Hi Rich, could I take a look at your .vimrc , the python stuff.
thanks
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Try this :
http://blog.sontek.net/2008/05/11/py...dular-ide-vim/

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Jun 27 '08 #11

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cirfu a 閏rit :
is there an IDE for python of the same quality as Eclipse or DEVC++?

I am currently using the editor that coems iwth python and it is all
fine but for bigger projects it would be nice to have some way to
easier browse the projectfiles for example.
If you're into clickodroms, you may want to have a look at Eric too. As
far as i'm concerned, I still wait for something that would be worth
dropping emacs + python-mode + ecb.
Jun 27 '08 #12

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Bruno Desthuilliers <br********************@websiteburo.invalidwrite s:
If you're into clickodroms, you may want to have a look at Eric too.
As far as i'm concerned, I still wait for something that would be
worth dropping emacs + python-mode + ecb.
I'm having the most success with this combination, yes. Though ecb is
rather non-Emacs-like in its configuration, and seems to strongly
expect to be run in graphical mode, it is still very powerful.

If it weren't for that, I'd be looking seriously at PIDA
<URL:http://pida.co.uk/which assembles many standard tools into a
consistent graphical Python IDE.

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Jun 27 '08 #13

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Ben Finney wrote:
Bruno Desthuilliers <br********************@websiteburo.invalidwrite s:
>If you're into clickodroms, you may want to have a look at Eric too.
As far as i'm concerned, I still wait for something that would be
worth dropping emacs + python-mode + ecb.

I'm having the most success with this combination, yes. Though ecb is
rather non-Emacs-like in its configuration, and seems to strongly
expect to be run in graphical mode, it is still very powerful.
Heh... I'm another one that keeps trying new things but comes back to Emacs all the time.

Eclipse is too heavy, NetBeans has a poor support, Eric is too "mousy"...

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On Jun 25, 12:38 pm, Jorge Godoy <jgo...@gmail.comwrote:
Ben Finney wrote:
Bruno Desthuilliers <bruno.42.desthuilli...@websiteburo.invalidwrite s:
If you're into clickodroms, you may want to have a look at Eric too.
As far as i'm concerned, I still wait for something that would be
worth dropping emacs + python-mode + ecb.
I'm having the most success with this combination, yes. Though ecb is
rather non-Emacs-like in its configuration, and seems to strongly
expect to be run in graphical mode, it is still very powerful.

Heh... I'm another one that keeps trying new things but comes back to Emacs all the time.

Eclipse is too heavy, NetBeans has a poor support, Eric is too "mousy"...

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How is emacs on a windows platform?
Jun 27 '08 #15

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co*********@gmail.com wrote:
How is emacs on a windows platform?
Except for Windows using _emacs instead of .emacs, it was the same I had on Linux, last time I tried it... :-)

There are packages for Windows that have a lot of things pre-packaged to make it feel more like a Windows application, including keyboard shortcuts.

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Jun 27 '08 #16

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Jorge Godoy <jg****@gmail.comwrites:
co*********@gmail.com wrote:
>How is emacs on a windows platform?

Except for Windows using _emacs instead of .emacs, it was the same I had on Linux, last time I tried it... :-)

There are packages for Windows that have a lot of things pre-packaged
to make it feel more like a Windows application, including keyboard
shortcuts.
More specifically : cua-mode
Jun 27 '08 #17

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co*********@gmail.com a 閏rit :
On Jun 25, 12:38 pm, Jorge Godoy <jgo...@gmail.comwrote:
>Ben Finney wrote:
>>Bruno Desthuilliers <bruno.42.desthuilli...@websiteburo.invalidwrite s:
If you're into clickodroms, you may want to have a look at Eric too.
As far as i'm concerned, I still wait for something that would be
worth dropping emacs + python-mode + ecb.
I'm having the most success with this combination, yes. Though ecb is
rather non-Emacs-like in its configuration, and seems to strongly
expect to be run in graphical mode, it is still very powerful.
Heh... I'm another one that keeps trying new things but comes back to Emacs all the time.

Eclipse is too heavy, NetBeans has a poor support, Eric is too "mousy"...

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Jorge Godoy <jgo...@gmail.com>

How is emacs on a windows platform?
err... alien ?-)

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