best python editor/ide for windows

Martin Christensen knightsofspamalot-factotum at gvdnet.dk
Fri Jan 10 22:44:57 CET 2003


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>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Urban <urba0083 at tc.umn.edu> writes:
Michael> I'm not a big fan of IDEs. Prefer to just keep a cmd window
Michael> open and test scripts from there.

I tend to agree with you, but I run a Python interpreter as an
inferiour process (subprocess) in Emacs, which is my editor of choice,
and from there I can very quickly evaluate a function, class, the
region (in Windows speak: whatever you have marked) and such, and this
is absolutely invaluable. I haven't noticed that anyone else has
talked about any other editor being able to do this, though with all
the traffic I might easily have missed it. Are there any that can?

Martin

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