The IDE question

Byron DesertLinux at
Sun Oct 10 05:41:21 CEST 2004

Hi DA,

I don't know if you will find this to be helpful, but one of my favorite 
IDEs is DrPython, which is free and allows you to have multiple files 
open at the same time.  Check it out...


dataangel wrote:
> I'm trying to find an IDE for python that I'm comfortable with. For my 
> needs IDLE actually works 99% of the time, but on my current project I 
> need to have lots of files open at once, and I would really prefer to 
> have tabbed browsing. I'd even try to code this into IDLE myself but I 
> have no experience with Tk.
> All of the IDEs I've found (google + python wiki page) are either A) 
> Commercial or B) Written for either an older version of python or 
> wxPython or C) Are syntax highlighting in eclipse and that's it.
> All I'm really looking for is the equivalent of IDLE with tabbed 
> browsing. Anyone have any suggestions?

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