Python IDE

Chris Lambacher lambacck at computer.org
Tue Jul 19 13:53:39 CEST 2005


I use Vim.  It does code completion and jump to variable/function definition.
Emacs does this too.  You just need to read the documentation about on how to
set this up to your liking.  The only feature that Vim does not have that I
would like is the function argument pop up, but I want that more for C than
Python.  It looks like Vim 7 is supposed to have this. 

If you are afraid of Vim, you might want to try cream:
http://cream.sf.net

-Chris
On Mon, Jul 18, 2005 at 10:32:43PM -0700, linuxfreak wrote:
> Hi guys,
>    Got going with python...and i must say its a pretty cool language.
> Been using Xemacs to write me programs. But I want an IDE that would
> give me auto-completion, online help and the like... Tried SPE and
> Dr.Pyhton but the former crashes regulary and the latter is quite
> unweildy and does not have a great many features. I quite like the UML
> feature found in SPE but the damn thing crashes way too often. What are
> you guys using and what do you think is the best IDE...or should i
> stick with Xemacs/emacs???
> 
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