[Baypiggies] What am I missing using a text editor with some good Python features instead of an IDE?

Dirk Bergstrom dirk at otisbean.com
Tue Mar 6 20:26:02 CET 2012

On 03/06/2012 10:39 AM, Shannon -jj Behrens wrote:
>   * As far as I can tell, IntelliJ is the best IDE for Java, PyCharm is
> the best IDE for Python, and RubyMine is the best IDE for Ruby.  They're
> all from the same company.

Does JetBrains have some uber-IDE that combines all three?  One of the 
reasons I've stuck with Eclipse is that I have projects in multiple 
languages (I once built an app with significant amounts of Java, Python 
and Javascript, plus some Perl and shell).  At work I maintain one app 
that's 60/40 JavaScript/Python and another that's 90/10 Ruby/Javascript. 
  Eclipse handles transitions between languages seamlessly.  I'd hate to 
have to keep multiple IDEs open...

Dirk Bergstrom
dirk at otisbean.com

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