IDE for python
sturlamolden at yahoo.no
Mon Nov 16 11:27:28 CET 2009
On 16 Nov, 10:05, Jonathan Hartley <tart... at tartley.com> wrote:
> As far as I can make out, TextPad has only two features, syntax
> highlighting and the ability to define a 'make' command, and a regex
> that is used to extract filenames and line-numbers from the resulting
> output of that make command. These are, it turns out, sufficient to
> transform a program that would otherwise simply be 'Notepad' into an
> entirely credible development environment.
When working with Java or C++ I like and IDE like KDevelop because it
makes makefiles for me. And when debugging it is easier to insert
break points graphically than use gdb from the terminal.
But apart from that, I prefer a tiny editor like Kate (yes I know,
call me a heretic for not using emacs).
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