wing ide vs. komodo?
john106henry at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 7 01:42:55 CET 2006
"cool" is in the eyes of the beholder.
While I agree that this can be useful in some situations, I find it
very annoying when all I want (and need) to do is a simple dumber
search and yet it tells me tons of useless searches that I don't care
The inability to debug multi-threaded applications is pretty annoying
too. It's unacceptable that a "professional" level debugger can't
handle multithreaded code.
But then again, I depend on Wing everyday. I just have to build my
code with lots of "if debugging, don't thread else thread" type of
> Forgot to mention WING's file search and replace is pretty cool and
> powerful. It keeps checking changes in a different thread. If you want
> to change yyy in say 100 files you would:
> 1. specify yyy in the search window
> 2. A list of files get displayed with matching yyy
> 3. As you fix replace yyy in the files the list of files with matching
> yyy reduces automatically. This is very cool and very useful.
> Another thing I like about WING is that it warns you if you have tabs
> ans spaces mixed in a file.
> The embedded python shell is also a useful feature.
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