IDE for developing cross-platform GUI Windows/Linux/Mac apps
aleax at aleax.it
Thu Jan 24 15:13:28 CET 2002
"sameer" <sameer_ at email.com> wrote in message
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> crashes. It's not really an IDE, but may I suggest vim. It provides
> syntax highlighting for Python, and it's a good, no nonsense editor.
I love VIM and use it almost exclusively but I'd never characterize
it as "good, no nonsense editor" -- it's very powerful and, for some
people, goes so much against the grain that it would pain them to
use it (Emacs is more powerful yet, but it goes against _other_
people's grain, e.g., mine:-).
SciTE IS a "good, no nonsense editor" with syntax support for Python
and other languages. See http://www.scintilla.org/SciTE.html ...
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