Python IDE PyScripter v.1.5.1 released

Kiriakos kvlahos at
Tue Mar 14 17:04:12 CET 2006

PyScripter is free and open source Windows-based Python IDE created
with the ambition to become competitive in functionality with
commercial IDEs available for other languages. Being built in a
compiled language (Delphi) is rather snappier than some of the other
Python IDEs and provides an extensive blend of features that make it a
productive Python development environment.
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  		Syntax Highlighting Editor
  		Code completion and call tips
  		Brace Highlighting
  		Python source code utilities ((un)tabify, (un)comment, (un)indent)
  		Context sensitive help on Python keywords
  		Parameterized Code Templates (Ctrl-J)
  		Accept files dropped from Explorer
  		File change notification
  		Detecting loading/saving UTF-8 encoded files
  		Print Preview and print syntax highlighting of Python code
  		Converting line breaks (Windows, Unix, Mac)
  		Syntax highlighting of HTML, XML and CSS files
  	Integrated Python Interpreter
  		Code Completion
  		Call Tips
  		Command History
  	Integrated Python Debugging
  		Call Stack
  		Variables Window
  		Watches Window
  		BreakPoints Window
  		Code and debugger hints
  	Editor Views
  		HTML Documentation (pydoc)
  	Code Explorer
  	File Explorer
  		Easy configuration and browsing of the Python Path
  		Integrated version control using Tortoise CVS or SVN
  	Context sensitive access to Python manuals and through the Help menu
  	Integrated Unit Testing
  		Automated generation of tests
  		Unit testing GUI
  	To Do List
  	Find and Replace in Files
  	Integrated regular expression tester
  	Parameterized Code Templates
  	Choice of Python version to run via command line parameters
  	Run Python Script externally (highly configurable)
  	External Tools (External run and capture output)
  		Integration with Python tools such as PyLint, TabNanny, Profile
  		Powerful parameter functionality for external tool integration
  	Find Procedure
  	Find Definition/Find references
  	Find definition by clicking and browsing history. Works on modules
  	Modern GUI with docked forms and configurable look&feel (themes)
  	Persistent configurable IDE options

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