using PyShell, or other shells?

Colin J. Williams cjw at
Thu Mar 9 19:14:18 CET 2006

John Salerno wrote:
> I'm interested in trying out shells other than IDLE, and I found 
> PyShell, but I'm not sure how to get it exactly. Is there a way to get 
> it without installing wxPython, or is it a part of it? I can't find much 
> reference to it in any of the manuals at (except for a 
> brief description of what it is, but not *where* it is or how to use it).
> Thanks. And if there are other shells that are newer/better, I'd 
> appreciate a recommendation.

If you are looking for an IDE, you might consider PyScripter.

Colin W.

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