IDEs, ID or EGO? (was: Decimals -> Fraction strings, my solution
g2 at seebelow.org
Fri May 26 23:14:15 CEST 2000
> > Just because M$ doesn't want to reveal all the command line
> > options to work from outside of their "visual" environment doesn't mean
> > the language requires it <G>
> Ironically, I'm in Visual Studio right now using GVIM. This
> works fine. You just get this annoying "the file such-n-such
> has changed, would you like to load it?" every time you context-
> switch. All you do is hit return and it goes away. Very easy
> to tolerate for the pleasure of using the World's Greatest
> Editor (tm).
This is probably a good time to confess that I've recently taken to
using Visual Studio as my Python IDE.
I tried Pythonwin, which is very, very good, but I got frustrated with
the fact that each time I tried to run my revised Python code, it seemed
to remember the old version. (Maybe there's a workaround, but the
easiest one I've found is to use an IDE that isn't written in Python.
Now, if only Visual Studio could be configured to do Python syntax
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