Good IDE for Python

Ian Parker parker at hiredatum.demon.co.uk
Mon Jun 14 11:09:26 CEST 2004


In message <wH3zc.18321$tA6.4160 at nwrddc03.gnilink.net>, gnu valued 
customer <tlviewer at yahoo.com> writes
>
>> >
>> > I'm a fan of UltraEdit.  To achieve the desired functionality, you'll
>> > need to add the optional Python "wordfile" (syntax highlighting and
>>
>> I like UE too, but does its syntax coloring support Python's triple qutes? I
>> couldn't get it to work.
>
>this works if the triple quote is idented.
>
>------- begin PY wordfile --------
>/L9"Python" Line Comment = # Block Escape Char = \ File Extensions = PY PYC
>/Indent Strings = ":"
>/Block Comment On =  """
>/Block Comment Off = """
>/Function String 1 = "%[ ,^t]++def[ ]+^([a-zA-Z0-9_]+*^):"
>/Function String 2 = "%[ ,^t]++^(##[ a-zA-Z0-9_]+*^)##"
>/Function String 3 = "%[ ,^t]++^(class[ ]+[a-zA-Z0-9_]+*^):"
>/Delimiters = []{}()<>='.,:+
>------ snip ------------
>
>hth,
>tlviewer
>
>>
>> > function list) and ctags jumping to symbol definition).  You'll find
>> > it at www.ultraedit.com.  I can't recommend anything for the form
>> > designer but following the other poster's advice I'm now looking at
>> > wxglade.
>>
>>

That's very nice.  I'm now using it.

-- 
Ian Parker



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