Windows editor?

Mark 'Kamikaze' Hughes kamikaze at
Fri May 4 16:37:10 EDT 2001

  For what it's worth from an intermediate Pythonist, I just use Vim
(and mostly gvim) <>, and the syntax highlighting is
quite good.  It runs on many platforms, include that one from Redmond.

  You'll want the following lines in your .vimrc/_vimrc (under windoze):
:set nocompatible expandtab shiftwidth=4 autoindent
:syntax on

  It doesn't have full keyword completion unless you make a dictionary
file for it (which I haven't bothered to do yet), and it doesn't know
about your code context, but ^N will complete a partial word from the
same source file, which prevents almost all misspellings.

 <a href=""> Mark Hughes </a>
"I will tell you things that will make you laugh and uncomfortable and really
fucking angry and that no one else is telling you.  What I won't do is bullshit
you.  I'm here for the same thing you are.  The Truth." -Transmetropolitan #39

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