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Looking out a module for Subversion

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Hi,

I'm new to Python. I only have read "Byte of Python" by Swaroop C H just
to be familiar with sytax of python. I've installed Python 2.5 from
Active State and using its PythonWin Editor / interpreter. This,
unfortunaltely, does not help in debugging.

I'm looking for an open source IDE / editor that has source level
debugging. Please suggest some tool.

I'm intending to write a testing tool that uses Subversion. Is there
some module available for subversion, out of the box, that I can import
in my script?

Regards,
Rajat

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Dnia Tue, 12 Aug 2008 04:25:50 -0400, Dudeja, Rajat napisał(a):
Hi,

I'm new to Python. I only have read "Byte of Python" by Swaroop C H just
to be familiar with sytax of python. I've installed Python 2.5 from
Active State and using its PythonWin Editor / interpreter. This,
unfortunaltely, does not help in debugging.

I'm looking for an open source IDE / editor that has source level
debugging. Please suggest some tool.

I'm intending to write a testing tool that uses Subversion. Is there
some module available for subversion, out of the box, that I can import
in my script?
There is no such module in standard library, but you can try
an external one. Check: http://pysvn.tigris.org/
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Regards,
Wojtek Walczak,
http://www.stud.umk.pl/~wojtekwa/
Aug 12 '08 #2

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Dudeja, Rajat wrote:
Hi,

I'm new to Python. I only have read "Byte of Python" by Swaroop C H just
to be familiar with sytax of python. I've installed Python 2.5 from
Active State and using its PythonWin Editor / interpreter. This,
unfortunaltely, does not help in debugging.

I'm looking for an open source IDE / editor that has source level
debugging. Please suggest some tool.

I'm intending to write a testing tool that uses Subversion. Is there
some module available for subversion, out of the box, that I can import
in my script?

Regards,
Rajat
I've recently started using Eclipse for my python projects, and I'm
pretty happy with it.
you can easily get:
+ syntax highlighting
+ code collapsing
+ code completion
+ breakpoints, etc
+ TODO: reminders
+ unit tests

and, of course, you can also use subversion with Eclipse.
+ unit tests
Aug 12 '08 #3

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