[Baypiggies] Wing IDE's License
mech422 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 14 23:16:39 CEST 2006
Zealotry aside - I'd check out Eclipse (w/pydev), and a couple of the
OSS offerings before shelling out $200.... For instance, wing reminds
me a lot of SPE - http://stani.be/python/spe/screenshots.
I'm NOT a big java fan - but Eclipse has good support for a wide
variety of languages, meaning I can learn just one toolset. So thats
become my choice for 'production' use.
SPE has really nice 'interactive' features(pycrust shell, debugger,
etc.) that make it great for begginners, but it lacks 'project
Anyway - I'd definitely recommend look at these before spending hard
On 7/14/06, Shannon -jj Behrens <jjinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wing's license is <http://wingware.com/wingide/license>. I'm an open
> source zealot, but Wing is not open source. However, they do give you
> access to the source. You can modify it and even distribute patches.
> It reminds me of ATT UNIX. I know Stallman would be disappointed with
> me, but I'm thinking of trying it out.
> I guess now is the time for some other free software fanatic to jump
> in and rescue me from the evil clutches of proprietary software ;)
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