[Chicago] wingware question

Carl Karsten carl at personnelware.com
Thu Jan 1 20:46:40 CET 2009

When the language requires you to jump though hoops, IDEs come in handy - they 
take care of some of the hoop jumping.  most people find that python has so few 
hoops, that investing in an IDE dosen't pay off.

I will use SPE to look at other people's python code, like the source to 
reportlab.  but once I figured out what I want to concentrate on, I used vi so I 
could put the cursor on foo, hit # and jump up the file to previous uses of foo. 
  SPE and others probably have a similar feature, but I have 0.0 motivation to 
figure it out.

Carl K

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