What text editor is everyone using for Python
tiskanto at gmail.com
Wed May 27 07:29:40 CEST 2009
Have you tried vim ? it has got tons of tons of features, like ( just
to name a few) : file manager, color syntax, tab screen,
command/syntax completion (cache only) , vertical split, horizontal
split, colorful diffing, create a patch, etc .. you name it !! .
There's also plugins / script that people share @
http://www.vim.org/scripts/index.php. Also Vim comes in Windows/Unix
IMO, you don't even need an IDE, if you combined vim + "screen" ( man
screen ) as both are really powerful tools
for example: you're working in the office and connected to your remote
CVS server, with "screen" you can lock the screen with password &
detach it. once you're @ home and want to continue to work , you just
need to log in to that cvs server again and do "screen -r" and voila
your session is still there :)
BTW: "screen" does split screen too :)
On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 2:56 PM, Ankit <mr.ankitavasthi at gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 26, 6:04 pm, J Kenneth King <ja... at agentultra.com> wrote:
>> Lacrima <Lacrima.Ma... at gmail.com> writes:
>> > I am new to python.
>> > And now I am using trial version of Wing IDE.
>> > But nobody mentioned it as a favourite editor.
>> > So should I buy it when trial is expired or there are better choices?
> I will suggest u to use TEXTPAD 4 on windows and
> Emacs or Vi or RocketEdit on your Linux machine
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