Python IDE (was: PythonWin troubleshooting)
ggrp1.20.martineau at dfgh.net
Fri Dec 16 03:03:27 CET 2005
You might want to also to consider the Komodo IDE from ActiveState (the
same company that produces ActivePython and hosts the ASPN Cookbook).
This isn't an endorsement -- I have no experience with it -- but its
feature set looks good [see http://activestate.com/Products/Komodo].
If someone with actual experience using Komodo with Python is
listening, I'd be very interested in hearing what you think of it or
other alternatives (I plan on taking a look at PyScripter and any
others I hear about).
> Apparently not too many people use or are interested in PythonWin. I'm
> giving up on it. It used to work pretty good.
> I'm lucky that I have found PyScripter (http://www.mmm-experts.com/) a
> python IDE for the windows platform which is much more stable and has
> more features that PythonWin. If you are doing Python development on
> Windows I'd recommend taking a look at it.
> I'm also evaluating Wing IDE. I may have another post with comments on
> it for anyone who might be interested.
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