My future Python IDE article
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Tue Aug 26 20:39:12 CEST 2003
David> So c.l.py readers... make the case for your favorite one getting
David> on the list.
This doesn't really count as an IDE in the usual sense, but Emacs/XEmacs
with python-mode provides a fair amount of leverage to the programmer. It
should probably be mentioned, if not tested. There's the pdb-track stuff
which is part of python-mode, you can get help on the dotted expression
under the cursor with a keystroke (C-c C-h), it colorizes, etc. You can use
Emacs TAGS files to help find function/class definitions. Bicycle Repair
Man is also available. It's a tool to help you refactor your code. I'm
sure there's more I'm forgetting.
All in one svelte editor... ;-)
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