Ranting about the state of Python IDEs for Windows
jussij at zeusedit.com
Wed Sep 15 01:24:16 CEST 2004
On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 18:45:45 -0400, Rob McCrea
>> My search for a good IDE ended years ago when I started learning
>> C++, and found EditPlus, http://www.editplus.com/ -- $30, free
>> 30 day trial
> Reading your feature list, it seems to be missing project management,
> or to put it simply, to be able to track down what files are part of
> the project without the need to actually walk around the directory
> tree to hunt them down. I'll check it out, nonetheless.
Take a look at the Zeus for Windows programmers editor:
Zeus has a full project/workspace manager and supports Python, C/C++
and almost any other programming language.
Some of the other programming features include:
+ Code completion and intellisensing
+ Integrated class browser
+ Fully configurable syntax highlighting
+ Seamless FTP editing
+ Integrated version control using the Microsoft Source Code
Control (SCC) interface, including CVS integration.
+ Quick Help context sensitive help engine
+ Fully scriptable using Python
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