A survey of Python IDEs
boudewijn at tryllian.com
Fri Aug 17 09:56:43 CEST 2001
Andrew Dalke wrote:
> Alan Green wrote:
>>5. PythonWorks Pro
> You left out
> 8. Wing IDE from http://archaeopteryx.com/
>>All of these IDEs have a debugger.
>>None support multi-threaded
>>debugging :-(, although the VisualPython documentation threatens to.
> They also threaten it, at
There should be appearing shortly an update of my IDE survey on InformIT -
giving details on Komodo and BlackAdder. I rather like BlackAdder myself
(which shouldn't surprise anyone), but I think that Wing IDE is currently
the most powerful IDE available.
On the other hand, having been forced to write a book on BlackAdder and
PyQt in Emacs meant that I had to learn the Big Monster, and I found it
works just as well for Python as it does for SGML and Java, and nowadays I
use little else.
Boudewijn | http://www.valdyas.org
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