[Pythonmac-SIG] Is there a good Python C/C++ IDE?
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Mon Aug 15 17:19:52 CEST 2005
Kris, jEdit looks very powerful. It turns out my exact question got
answered in another group. Thanks.
On 8/10/05, Kris Kopicki <krisk at walford.asn.au> wrote:
> While not quite an IDE, I use jEdit (www.jedit.org). This editor has
> almost every feature you could want, and editing files remotely over
> ssh is very useful for servers.
> On 11/08/2005, at 2:22 AM, Scott Kaplan wrote:
> > Being new to Python, I was wondering if anyone knows of a good IDE
> > that would let me develop Python and add extensions in C/C++, with the
> > capability of debugging those extensions.
> > I have a Mac XServe running version 10.2.X
> > It looks like the standard download comes with PyObjC, however I want
> > to extend Python to handle my C/C++ extensions not the other way
> > around + I don't want to have to learn any ObjectiveC / ObjC syntax.
> > Thanks,
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