IDLE Python GUI

Alan James Salmoni alan_salmoni at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 26 15:44:39 CET 2003


What a question! Umm, I've tried a few different things, but always
find myself drawn back to the SciTE editor. It has syntax
highlighting, auto-indent and so on, and you just press F5 to run the
program. wxPython progs run nice on it!

http://www.scintilla.org/SciTE.html

Alan.

"Norm" <norm at norm.com> wrote in message news:<3e32a1a6_4 at corp.newsgroups.com>...
> I'm really just getting started in Python with the goal of improving my
> Linux networking administration.
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> I'm learning / practicing with IDLE Python GUI.
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> Q.  What does the real Python community use for creating Python programs?
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> Thanks
> norm
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