Freesoftware for auto/intelligent code completing in Python

Ali Servet Dönmez asd at pittle.org
Thu Jul 3 22:13:48 CEST 2008


On Jul 3, 7:38 pm, Fuzzyman <fuzzy... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 2, 9:33 am, Ali Servet Dönmez <a... at pittle.org> wrote:
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> > On Jul 1, 12:15 am, Fuzzyman <fuzzy... at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > > On Jun 30, 10:46 pm, Ali Servet Dönmez <a... at pittle.org> wrote:
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> > > > 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...)
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> > > > 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?
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> > > > 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.
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> > > > Regards you all,
> > > > Ali Servet Dönmez
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> > > Vim, Emacs, Wing, Komodo, ... more?
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> > > Yeah, I guess you're missing something. :-)
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> > > MichaelFoordhttp://www.ironpythoninaction.com/http://www.trypython.org/
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> > I've checkout Wing IDE's license and it doesnt' seem to be a
> > freesoftware; am I wrong?
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> Wing 101 is free. The software is good enough though that it is worth
> supporting its development by paying for it.
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> Michael Foord
> --http://www.ironpythoninaction.com/http://www.trypython.org/

I wasn't referring to its fee, but the fact of having a freedom
restricting license.



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