a desired python editor
jcarlson at nospam.uci.edu
Tue Mar 9 07:53:54 CET 2004
> 1) Freeware (desired)
> 2) Runs on Linux (required)
> 3) Syntax high lighting (required)
> 4) A separate window for each file opened (desired)
> 5) A way of seeing (and jumping to) the names of all methods/functions
> data elements in the file. (required)
Idle; 1-4 are easy. For 5, check the "class browser" functionality, and
is included with Python.
As already mentioned, DrPython has them all
(http://drpython.sourceforge.net), requires wxPython.
If you would like an attached "class browser", and don't mind having
tabbed editing functionality, PyPE may suit you
(http://pype.sourceforge.net), also requires wxPython.
If you would prefer MDI (rather than tabs), don't mind the "class
browser" being slow, SPE may suit you (http://spe.pycs.net), also
On the other hand, Eric3 looks to be pretty sweet:
http://www.die-offenbachs.de/detlev/eric3.html (requires PyQT and
QScintilla). I'd probably be using it, if I could get it working in
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