My future Python IDE article
javier_ruere at HotPOP.com
Thu Aug 28 07:24:09 CEST 2003
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Lothar Scholz wrote:
>>You should definitely consider Boa-Constructor (be sure to use at least v.
>>0.23, better yet the recent cvs version).
>>IMHO its the most "complete" python IDE at the moment.
> But not easy to use and with a lot of bugs. Maybe some less features
> and more stability would be nice.
After a couple of weeks of learning Python I had already discarded TK
and wanted a GUI builder for wxPython. After trying PythonCard I found
Boa and loved it. Being Visual Basic the only IDE I had previously used,
Boa was very intuitive to me and had little trouble, if any, using it.
On the stability front, I'm sure I had at least one problem in this
year+ I have been using it but I can't quiet recall what is was...
The author labels the IDE as alpha software but he must have the
highest standars, for the CVS version is remarkably stable and ready to
> And it is not complete if you want to program Web Applications.
I have no experience in such things but it does have some Zope stuff
(which I know nothing about).
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