[Ironpython-users] PI files for WING IDE
C. Justin Mayers
cjustinmayers at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 17:16:02 CET 2011
I just thought I would try to use my current IDE of choice. I am open
to alternative IDEs and spent most of yesterday diving into Eclipse and the
PyDev extension. I like that I can easily create projects and flip between
an IronPython interpreter to a Python interpreter . Having only invested a
little time into Eclipse I am still very open to other free/inexpensive
Anyone have a current list of IronPython/Python IDEs with pros/cons? Thanks.
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 7:50 AM, Jimmy Schementi <jschementi at gmail.com>wrote:
> Anyone using Wing IDE with IronPython and also use Michael's scripts? I
> haven't in a few years.
> CJ, have you considered the Python Tools for VS as an alternative?
> On Nov 30, 2011, at 5:04 PM, "C. Justin Mayers" <cjustinmayers at gmail.com>
> I am brand new to IronPython and have only been using Python for a little
> I use the WING IDE and love it. I am trying to create PI files using the
> generate_pi.py script that Michael Foord modified and has a link to on his
> website (
> http://www.voidspace.org.uk/ironpython/wing-how-to.shtml#introduction). I
> am working on a 64-bit machine which apparently can lead to problems but I
> have access to several 32-bit machines all with .NET 4.0. When I follow the
> instructions I am able to generate a handful of pi files but they seem
> incomplete. The generate_pi.py script only took 15 seconds to run and
> produced 331 KB of data. I was under the impression that it should run much
> longer and produce multiple MB of data.
> Anybody have any thoughts? Maybe someone has another script or is willing
> to send me a zipped copy of PI files that they generated. Thanks.
> Cheers, CJ
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