Python IDE/text-editor

Alec Taylor alec.taylor6 at
Thu Apr 28 13:03:21 EDT 2011

Your probably right.

I suppose I'll just wait till I finish my fooIDE project

> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 2:21 AM, Albert van der Horst
> <albert at> wrote:
>> In article <mailman.511.1303137613.9059.python-list at>,
>> Alec Taylor  <alec.taylor6 at> wrote:
>>>Geany I've tried in the past, it's really buggy on my home computer
>>>and at Uni... however from my phone it works wonderfully! (Use it for
>>>C++ projects on Rhobuntu)
>>>Eric 4 was suggested to me on the #python channel on Freenode...
>>>however I've never been able to get it compiled/working. Too many
>>>dependencies I'm guessing...
>>>PTK looks great, and does everything I want (from screenshots).
>>>Unfortunately, it doesn't run on my system; Win7 x64, Python 2.7.1
>>>x64, WxPython 2.8 x64. Install ran as admin.
>>>Emacs and vim still seem like good alternatives, when I get the time.
>>>However, currently have 3 assignments to start and finish so would
>>>like a simple Notepad2 with python interpreter attached (and keyboard
>>>shortcut to run script) type program.
>>>Please continue recommending
>>>Alec Taylor
>> You will never be satisfied, until you've written something yourself.
>> Start writing now. A friend of mine started writing in 1983,
>> and since 1985 I'm a happy user. The only language that is a candidate
>> to write in is C, however.
>> Groetjes Albert
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