steve077 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 20:44:38 CEST 2008
Thanks for all of your responses. I did forget to mention that I do use
Notepad++ for just about everything. My larger scripts I use that and just
say the hell with the auto-complete and the call-tips. I lived on that wiki
page and actually still do waiting to see if something new was going to be
It is safe to say that "my" definition of the perfect IDE would be one that
has reliable call-tips and auto-completions. I have been doing Python for
about 2-2.5 years now. Prior to using IDLE for modules that I am unfamiliar
with I have always used NP++.
Before Python was my primary language, it was straight VB, VBA, VBScript,
etc... That should give you some insight to where I am coming from.
On 10/15/08, Steve Phillips <steve077 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am just wondering what seems to be the most popular IDE. The reason
> I ask is I am currently at war with myself when it comes to IDE's. It
> seems like every one I find and try out has something in it that
> others don't and viceversa. I am in search for the perfect IDE and
> after many months of searching, I always come back to IDLE to do what
> I need to do. I want to use Komodo badly but the one issue I have with
> that is sometimes the auto-complete works and other times it doesn't.
> Even if I carbon copy a script.
> Thanks in advance,
> Steve P
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