software design question
jcarlson at nospam.uci.edu
Wed Feb 11 16:41:44 CET 2004
>>I would imagine he uses his own editor: http://www.python-ide.com
>>I also don't have any issues editing 1-3k line files using my own
>>editor: http://pype.sourceforge.net (PyPE itself is ~3900 lines).
> I did some browsing and found another, quite nice one:
> For small programs its the total overkill. It may be more usefull if you're
> developing graphical programs, since it supports compiling Qt .ui files,
> got some menubar entries for Qt Reference Manual, QLinguist,
> QXXXDialog-Wizards, etc. (if you happen to like that sort of editor).
Yeah, I found Eric3 a while ago as well. My one problem is that I
couldn't get it to work with windows, every binary for QT that I tried
didn't want to work.
> What I am missing includes:
> - browsable source tree :(
> - Emacs's comment-box
> - Emacs keyboard shortcuts
Eric3 doesn't have a browsable source tree?
There is an editor called SPE (Stani's Python Editor). It has comments
and a browsable source tree. I don't know if it has the keyboard
shortcuts. One thing that stops me from using it (as opposed to my own
editor) is that it is really slow. Start messing around with multiple
buffers, or files larger than a few hundred lines. Ick.
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