ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Sat Apr 16 09:17:50 CEST 2011
Alec Taylor <alec.taylor6 at gmail.com> writes:
(Please don't top-post. Instead, follow the normal ordering of a
conversation in text: reply in-line to the parts you're responding to,
and trim the parts you're not responding to.)
> but non of the IDEs so far suggested have an embedded python
> interpreter AND tabs...
Emacs can run Python in a buffer, and has “tabbar-mode” to display a row
of tabs <URL:http://amitp.blogspot.com/2007/04/emacs-buffer-tabs.html>.
Likely the same features are available in Vim, by I've never used Vim
for lots of Python coding.
> (also, selecting text with my mouse is something I do often).
Both Emacs and Vim support selecting with the mouse just fine.
> Please continue your recommendations.
Learn a standard mature portable free-software editor – either Emacs or
Vim – and thereby never be without a powerful programming environment
again throughout your career.
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