[Python Edinburgh] Python IDEs
mark.smith at practicalpoetry.co.uk
Mon Oct 25 15:09:03 CEST 2010
I use Pydev on Eclipse for anything larger than 2 or 3 python files, and
TextMate (Mac) or Notepad++(Windows) (or Vim) for anything else.
Dougal's right that Pydev's auto-completion can make life a lot easier if
you can't quite remember the name of a function, but Eclipse is a bit of a
I've heard mixed things about PyCharm, but it seems that they're putting a
lot of effort into it and it seems to be improving very rapidly (from a
reasonably good start). That opinion is mainly based on the experiences of
those trying out a Beta version (or was it a Release Candidate) around me at
EuroPython. Is it worth paying for? Probably not, IMHO, but give the demo a
try and see for yourself.
On 25 October 2010 12:03, Graeme Urquhart <g.urkhart at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello list,
> Any of you folks experienced with IDEs for Python, if so what's your
> Edinburgh mailing list
> Edinburgh at python.org
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