OT: Text editors
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Sun Jul 29 10:24:38 CEST 2012
rusi <rustompmody at gmail.com> writes:
> Do you use the emacs builtin python mode or the separate python-mode?
I'm not sure. I have both installed.
I try to keep my Emacs setup portable across different machines, so I'm
probably using the built-in mode.
> Do you use pdb?
Occasionally, but I haven't learned how to do that in Emacs.
> Any other special setups?
GNU Screen and Emacs are the foundation of my programming environment.
> How about ipython?
Never really liked it nor saw a need for it. I use the Python
interactive console, with GNU readline so I get history preserved and
> But I am getting increasing 'funny looks' for not (for example) using
Unless those funny looks are accompanied by compelling reasons to invest
a whole lot of effort into learning a rather slow and complex program,
then it seems you can ignore them.
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