ch.list at us-hampton.mail.saic.com
Tue Dec 14 17:49:06 CET 2004
>> What IDE's do y'all recommend for Python? I'm using PythonWin atm,
>> but I'd like something with more functionality.
> Oh god we're all going to die.
-chuckle- Hopefully I don't start off a full fledged war.-grin-
> But er, ActiveState Komodo is quite nice IIRC (can't use it anymore as
> all my coding is commercial and I don't need it enough to spend that
> much cash on it) but EditPlus is nice once you get it setup but not very
> IDEy. Eclipse with one of the various Python modules is horrible don't
> bother. There is of course always Emacs, but again it's hardly Visual
> Studio (im only talking about the UI, emacs fans please dont flame me)
> Personally my vote goes for Komodo, it's at least worth a try with a
> personal liscense.
Why didn't you like Eclipse? Was it that the Python modules were bad,
or just Eclipse in general? I use it for my Java developement and
haven't had any problems with it.
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