Looking for a good Python environment

bramble cadet.bramble at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 10:56:02 CET 2007


On Nov 10, 4:48 am, Paul Rudin <paul.nos... at rudin.co.uk> wrote:
> jwelby <julius.we... at gmail.com> writes:
>
> > The main reason I have used Eclipse for larger, team based, projects
> > is for the source control plug-ins. Eclipse has plug-in support for
> > cvs and svn. PyScripter may have this too - perhaps I've missed it.
> > (I'm away from my Windows box at the moment, otherwise I would check).
> > Of course, there are other ways to implement source control without it
> > needing to be integrated in the IDE, so even this need not put off
> > anyone who wants to use PyScripter with source control.
>
> > [snip]
>
> I'm not sure if you count emacs as "lightweight" but it's certainly
> less resource hungry than eclipse/pydev, and does have integrated
> cvs/svn functionality.

I've never understood the desire for using your version control
software via your IDE. Why not just Alt-Tab over to your terminal
window and run the svn/bzr/hg/git/whatever commands yourself right
from there?




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