[Baypiggies] [baypiggies] Python Source Browser

Ilia Iourovitski iiourov at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 31 20:32:31 CET 2006

I think JEdit has the best support for Python/Jython including debugger.
Runs  on Windows/Unix/OS X because written in Java.
Has Ctags plugin if sidekick is not enough.

"John J. Dooley" <jxd6 at hotmail.com> wrote: I did not know that ctags supported Python. I just installed 
taglist/exuberant in vim and love it. It is probably slicker in gvim, but 
works well in vanila vim.

This is perfect for my development work. Thanks for suggesting it.

>From: Keith Dart 
>To: "John J. Dooley" 
>CC: baypiggies at python.org
>Subject: Re: [Baypiggies] [baypiggies] Python Source Browser
>Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2006 00:31:23 -0800
>John J. Dooley wrote the following on 2006-01-29 at 23:22 PST:
> > What do python programmers use to browse source code? I found a
> > project I was interested in (paramiko) and wanted to get a quick
> > overview of the modules, classes, dependcies and trace from method to
> > method.
>I use Gvim plus ctags. :-) Well, I also have customized vim modules to
>help with this. (e.g. ";nc" means go to next class.).
>-- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>    Keith Dart 
>    public key: ID: 19017044
>    =====================================================================

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