Python Windows Editors

laurent rahuel toto at
Mon Jan 22 00:18:38 CET 2007


I guess you could take a look at pydev extension for eclipse and if you 
wan't an almost straight forward installation, you should consider this 
link :



W. Watson a écrit :
> I downloaded python-2.5.msi and installed it. I believe its editor is 
> IDE. I understand there's a Win editor called pythonwin. I believe it's 
> in the download pywin32-210.win32-py2.5.exe, but I'm not sure if this 
> exe file has just the editor or all of Python. Comments? If not how do I 
> get the PythonWin editor by itself?
> BTW, one of the features I did not like of IDE is the limited file Print 
> command. It puts everything in 16pt type, and gives no choice over what 
> pages should be printed. Maybe there's an option?
>          Wayne T. Watson (Watson Adventures, Prop., Nevada City, CA)
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