How do you program in Python?
smitty_one_each at bigfoot.com
Tue Jul 5 02:48:36 CEST 2005
>> My question isn't as all-encompassing as the subject would
>> I am almost a Python newbie, but I have discovered that I don't
>> get along with IDLE, as i can't work out how to run and rerun a
>> routine without undue messing about.
>> What I would really like is something like an old-style BASIC
>> interpreter, in which I could list, modify and test-run
>> sections of code, to see the effects of tweaks, without having
>> to save it each time, or re-typing it over and over
>> I see lots of alternate IDEs etc, but which would allow me the
>> simple interface that I have described?
bruno> Try Emacs + python-mode. Emacs surely has a lot of warts,
bruno> but I'm still looking for a better and more versatile code
bruno> editor/IDE - specially when it comes to languages with REPL
bruno> (-> Read-Eval-Print Loop).
Emacs is an excellent long-term time investment.
See http://www.emacswiki.org for good justice.
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