The IDE question
phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Fri Oct 15 11:40:02 CEST 2004
To be pedantic for a second...
Eric3 is free on all platforms. However it requires PyQt and Qt which are
not free on all platforms. The idea of a commercal .exe version of Eric3
is a possibility which wouldn't require PyQt and Qt licenses and would be
priced to compete with the alternatives.
Let me or Detlev know if you would be interested in this.
> Eric3 is an oddity - it is free on Linux but commercial on Windows. It
> you need to buy a licence for Qt which in the UK is £250 + VAT. This is
> substantially more than Komodo or WingIDE.
> "GMTaglia" <liquid at kuht.it> wrote in message
> news:TF5ad.15166$b5.730220 at news3.tin.it...
>> dataangel wrote:
>>> DrPython seems to be just what I'm looking for -- after a few bugs are
>>> fixed and the open file window is improved. I can't open files on
>>> computers on my local network because there's no mechanism to do that,
>>> can't type in my own path (doesn't respond to me typing it in and
>>> hitting enter), and shortcuts to folders don't show up. I also managed
>>> to find a bug that consistenly makes my system hang :P
>>> I'm e-mailing them the bugs, but overall the best IDE I've tried so far
>> Have a better look to eric3
>> and much more
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