[Tutor] Python Editors (particualrly Vim)

Tim Johnson tim at johnsons-web.com
Thu Sep 22 17:33:22 CEST 2005

* Poor Yorick <tutor.python.org at pooryorick.com> [050922 06:29]:
> Ed Singleton wrote:
> >Okay, I've also found this:
> >http://cream.sourceforge.net/features.html
> >
> >  
> >
> It seems to me that all the functionality listed here can easily be done 
> in regular vim.  I would still recommend investing time in learning 
> plain old vim or gvim.  The payoff for proficiency is high.
  <grin> I'd be a poor war-fighter when it came to editors. Personally,
         I use all of vim, gvim, emacs and Xemacs and I work in a 
         multiple-language environment mainly on Linux.
         *but* if I were programming only in python and
         doing so on Windows, I'd probably use pythonwin.

         I've used it in the past and was very impressed,
         a real python IDE.

Tim Johnson <tim at johnsons-web.com>

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