Freesoftware for auto/intelligent code completing in Python

Ivan Ven Osdel ivan at datasyncorp.com
Thu Jul 3 22:24:08 CEST 2008


>From: "Fuzzyman" <fuzzyman at gmail.com>
>To: python-list at python.org
>Sent: Thursday, July 3, 2008 12:41:11 PM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
>Subject: Re: Freesoftware for auto/intelligent code completing in Python
>
>On Jul 2, 9:33 am, Ali Servet Dönmez <a... at pittle.org> wrote:
> On Jul 1, 12:15 am, Fuzzyman <fuzzy... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Jun 30, 10:46 pm, Ali Servet Dönmez <a... at pittle.org> wrote:
>
> > > I don't want to be so mean here, but how hard it could be be writing a
> > > freesoftware which would automatically/intelligently auto complete
> > > Python code? (I mean something that really does the job, like
> > > Microsoft's Visual Studio or Sun's NetBeans or something else, you
> > > name it, but just don't give me PyDev please...)
>
> > > This could be an extension, a plugin, an Emacs mode, a new editor or
> > > even a brand new huge all-fancy IDE, I don't care, but what am I
> > > missing here?
>
> > > Could someone please point me out something that I'm really missing
> > > which is already present in the wild, otherwise I'd like discuss with
> > > whoever is willing to help me to get this thing done. I made my mind
> > > and I could volunteer to make this happen as thesis project for my
> > > incoming graduation in the next year.
>
> > > Regards you all,
> > > Ali Servet Dönmez
>
> > Vim, Emacs, Wing, Komodo, ... more?
>
> > Yeah, I guess you're missing something. :-)
>
> > MichaelFoordhttp://www.ironpythoninaction.com/http://www.trypython.org/
>
> I've checkout Wing IDE's license and it doesnt' seem to be a
> freesoftware; am I wrong?
>
>
>Wing 101 is free. The software is good enough though that it is worth
>supporting its development by paying for it.
>
>Michael Foord
>--
>http://www.ironpythoninaction.com/
>http://www.trypython.org/


According to the site, Wings 101 doesn't support "Auto-completion for Python and extension modules" but I agree that Wings is worth it if he (or his company) can afford the license(s). 

If not then he should at least contribute time or money to one of the free (as in free speech, not free beer) alternatives.

Ivan Ven Osdel

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