Good Editor?

Nathaniel Gray n8gray at caltech.edu.is.my.e-mail.address
Fri Mar 23 04:32:56 CET 2001


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fjs wrote:

> Can someone recomend a good editor to write python in?  Im just getting
> started learning python and dont know which ones support python.
> 
> thanks

On *NIX check out NEdit (http://www.nedit.org).  It's got syntax 
highlighting support for a ton of languages, a simple and powerful 
scripting language, rock-solid stability, and it's light on resources.  
Plus, you don't have to time-warp backwards 30 years to understand the 
keyboard accellerators (unless you already think C-x C-f for "open file" is 
intuitive.  I'd bash the vi command too if I'd ever bothered to learn what 
it was...).

-n8

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