[FAQTS] Python Knowledge Base Update -- December 6th, 2000

Fiona Czuczman fiona at sitegnome.com
Wed Dec 6 14:00:13 CET 2000


Hi All,

The latest entries into http://python.faqts.com

regards,

Fiona Czuczman


## Unanswered Questions ########################################


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Idle and Pythonwin correct setup
http://www.faqts.com/knowledge-base/view.phtml/aid/6842
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Sven Hohage



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How can I setup Idle(starts with an ugly dos-box) and Pythonwin(doesn't start at all)-it is Python 2.0 on Win98
http://www.faqts.com/knowledge-base/view.phtml/aid/6843
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Sven Hohage



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How to use Dictionary look-up
http://www.faqts.com/knowledge-base/view.phtml/aid/6867
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hasan kacmaz



## Edited Entries ##############################################


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Are there any bug tracking systems written in Python?
http://www.faqts.com/knowledge-base/view.phtml/aid/1508
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Nathan Wallace, Bernhard Reiter, Fiona Czuczman
Alessandro Bottoni

There is a nice project-management, task-tracking (problem-tracking)
system based on ZOPE (and hence on Python) out there:

    http://bits.netizen.com.au/Xen/

XEN seems to be a quite interesting tool, really... 
but at time of writing (Dec 2000) the project seems to be dead.
Check http://sourceforge.net/projects/midnightxen/ for a possible
revival. XEN's license is not GPL compatible, because based on the NPL.


You might also like to check out:

    http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com/

There are two others, based on Zope (and thus python): 
Open Ticket: http://openticket.point-one.net/
Tracker: http://www.zope.org/Members/klm/TrackerWiki/FrontPage


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What IDEs, debuggers, and other development tools are available for Python?
http://www.faqts.com/knowledge-base/view.phtml/aid/6433
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Stephan Deibel, Bernhard Reiter


There are a number of options for those that want to go beyond the basic
debugging tools that come with Python itself, or want more than the
commonly used text editors like emacs or vi: 

Commercial
 
1) http://www.wingide.com/wingide -- Wing IDE provides a graphical
debugger with remote debug capability, source module and class browser,
source editor with autocompletion, syntax hilighting and an emacs mode,
and a project manager.

2) http://www.pythonworks.com -- PythonWorks is a rapid application
development environment with editor, debugger, TkInter-based user
interface layout tools, and deployment manager.

3) http://www.activestate.com/Products/VisualPython.html -- VisualPython
is a plug in for Microsoft's development environment, Visual Studio 7.

Free Software (sometimes called Open Source)

5) http://www.python.org/windows/pythonwin/ -- PythonWin is a Python
distribution specifically for Microsoft Windows that includes support
for MFC development, and a graphical environment with source editor,
command shell, and a number of other features.

6) http://www.python.org/idle/ -- IDLE is a TkInter-based integrated
development environment for Python, currently in early release form.

7) http://boa-constructor.sourceforge.net/ -- Boa Constructor, a rapid
application development environment with WXPython-based GUI development
capabilities, currently in early release form.


8) http://www.gnu.org/software/ddd/ --- ddd The Data Display Debugger
can be hooked onto the python debugger and allows nice visualisation
of source code and items on the stack. Note that this is not an
IDE as entries 1-7).







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