Roman A. Lagunov
roman at kataisk.zaural.ru
Wed Nov 26 10:21:49 EST 2003
>>>>> "OA" ==> Okan Asik writes:
OA> What's the most common IDE you people using while writing your own
OA> programs ?
Take a look at IPython.
Description: An enhanced interactive Python shell
IPython is an enhanced interactive Python shell. It can be used as a
replacement for the standard Python shell, or it can be used as a
complete working environment for scientific computing (like Matlab or
Mathematica) when paired with the standard Python scientific and
numerical tools. It supports dynamic object introspections, numbered
input/output prompts, a macro system, session logging, session
restoring, complete system shell access, verbose and colored
traceback reports, auto-parentheses, auto-quoting, and is
embeddedable in other Python programs.
You can find it in http://ipython.scipy.org/
I think it's not a really IDE, but it's usefull for me.
Btw, IPython works on Linux and Windows.
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