[Numpy-discussion] Interactive Shell/Editor/Workspace(variables)View/Plots
gokhansever at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 13:26:09 EDT 2009
On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 12:11 PM, Jonno <jonnojohnson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 11:35 AM, Gökhan SEVER<gokhansever at gmail.com>
> > Hello,
> > To me, IPython is the right way to follow. Try "whos" to see what's in
> > namespace.
> > You may want see this instructional video (A Demonstration of the
> > Interactive Shell) to learn more about IPython's functionality or you can
> > delve in its documentation.
> > There are IPython integrations plans for pydee. You can see the details
> > pydee's google page.
> > Gökhan
> Thanks Gokhan,
> I didn't know about whos so thanks for the tip. What about a
> lightweight editor with an integrated IPython shell then?
> I also found PyScripter which looks pretty nice too but also has the
> same lack of IPython shell.
I use scite as my main text editor. It highlights Python syntax nicely, and
has code-completion support. Well not as powerful as Eclipse-PyDev pair but
it works :) And yes PyDev doesn't have IPython integration either.
Eclipse-PyDev is also slow to me, (loading takes lots of time :)) and shell
integration not as easy as in IPy. I am looking forward to pydee developer's
to bring IPython functionality into their development environment.
Besides, PyScripter, there is also Eric4 as a free IDE for Python, but again
So far, IPython-Scite is the fastest that I can build my programs.
Experiment in Ipython and build pieces in Scite. I would like to know what
others use in this respect?
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