Choosing a Python IDE. what is your Pythonish recommendation? I do not know what to choose.
William Ray Wing
wrw at mac.com
Wed Jan 4 17:01:31 EST 2017
> On Jan 4, 2017, at 3:44 PM, Dietmar Schwertberger <maillist at schwertberger.de> wrote:
> On 04.01.2017 15:41, William Ray Wing wrote:
>> I use Wing, and I think you will like it. It *is* pythonic, and for what it is worth, offers remote debugging as one of its more recently added features.
> Obviously, you had no other choice than using Wing ;-)
I should have said something. First, and to the best of my knowledge, I have no relationship with the Wing developers other than being a satisfied customer. Second, seven years ago, when I was reading IDE reviews and testing the more highly rated products, Wing just bubbled up to the top of the sieve I was using (features, ease of use, and the way it fit my idea of “natural”, pretty much everyone's standard list).
> The remote debugging has been around for some years. I have been using it quite often to debug on my Raspberry Pi, Nokia N900 and Jolla Phone, all running some Linux system. It works well. It is or was a bit complicated to set up. I think this has been improved with Wing 6, but I did not need it in the last weeks, so I don't know.
They claim it has been, but like you, I haven’t had need to test it on the new release.
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