[BangPypers] BangPypers Digest, Vol 8, Issue 15

gnuyoga gnuyoga at gmail.com
Tue May 6 06:36:37 CEST 2008

Biju Chacko wrote:
> Kiran Jonnalagadda wrote:
>> On 06-May-08, at 7:39 AM, Siddharta wrote:
>>> I used to be a heavy vim user for python, but now I use Wing IDE. 
>>> I've tried out a number of free IDEs - SPE, Eric3, Scite, Pydev and 
>>> plain old vim - and Wing is just way better. Its not free, but its 
>>> worth it, especially if you do a lot of python programming involving 
>>> multiple files -http://www.wingide.com/wingide/index
>> I've actually given up on Wing after years of using it. Their Mac OS 
>> X version under X11 is simply too cumbersome no matter which way you 
>> tweak it. The job went to TextMate, which is a far less featured 
>> editor, but far more elegant.
>> Vim remains in use at the command line and on my Linux machines.
> I evaluated Komodo as an IDE and thought it was excellent for most 
> scripting languages. It was too expensive for me though. They now have 
> a   free version, but is very limited.

jEDIT seems to a perfect fit for me in most of my cases .... i used to 
work in emacs early .... jedit supports emacs key bindings as well.

- sree


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