Python editor/IDE on Linux?
Joshua J. Kugler
joshua at eeinternet.com
Mon Apr 16 22:37:16 CEST 2007
On Friday 13 April 2007 10:20, Jack wrote:
> I wonder what everybody uses for Python editor/IDE on Linux?
> I use PyScripter on Windows, which is very good.
I'm using WingWare's WingIDE. Visual debugger, python-scriptable,
projects, code-completion that is second-to-none (I LOVE it.). And a very
responsive support team. Yes, it's commercial, but it's cheaper than
Komodo, and works a lot better for Python.
Plus, it's written in Python, so the developers eat their own dog food.
During the development cycle for 3.0 (it's at Alpha 1 right now*), all they
used to development was the active code base.
*I'm using 3.0a1 right now for my development work, and have not had a
single crash or glitch. It's good stuff.
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