Freesoftware for auto/intelligent code completing in Python

Ali Servet Dönmez asd at pittle.org
Sun Jul 6 13:04:28 CEST 2008


On Jul 4, 12:56 am, "Python Nutter" <pythonnut... at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you guys can get your head out of IDE land, you'll find iPython
> does a fantastic job at introspection and Auto-completion, you can
> launch shell commands and editors and when done saving be back in the
> iPython shell, save memory/variable space to disk so you can come back
> the next day and continue off where you were. It puts IDEs to shame.

I have quick tried iPython and autocomplete seems to work pretty
decently, even if it's not same as in a GUI. Thank you very much for
your advice.

Could you let me know how do work with .py files in iPython please?

> If you can't get your Windows-centric IDE need eliminated, then Wing
> IDE 101 will not auto-complete, its been deliberately disabled to
> force students (hence 101) to memorize python/function names.
>
> Komodo Edit is a free download and will Auto-complete.

Yes, Komodo Edit works well too... Thanks.



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