Any Python IDE breakthroughs?
kastar4321 at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 27 09:43:24 CEST 2002
Robert Oschler wrote:
> I started on my Python/Zope quest 6 months ago and had to put it aside for
> work-related reasons. Now I've got my SuSE Linux 7.3 Pro box humming with
> Zope running as a daemon. I'm eager to get in and start Python'ing away.
> I'm a spoiled IDE programmer (Kylix, Delphi, etc.). What's the latest and
> greatest in Python IDE's? Still IDLE? I'd want something that at the
> very least could link me to source lines in my *.py files using error
> from the interpreter as jump points, standard stuff. I'd feel I'd died
> and gone to heaven if I could get things like context sensitvie help, etc.
> but I don't expect it.
> What say you?
Blackadder from The Kompany, but it's not free (not that expensive either)
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