[Tutor] What is a Python "project"?

Mike Hansen Mike.Hansen at atmel.com
Tue Oct 3 19:01:58 CEST 2006


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> [mailto:tutor-bounces at python.org] On Behalf Of Dick Moores
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> I tried out Wing IDE Personal 
> (<http://wingware.com/wingide-personal>) off and on for 30 days, and 
> then, finding it easy to use (probably because it's designed for 
> Python), decided to buy it. I'm happy with it, and very pleased with 
> the fast response from technical support available by email.
> I've never written anything in Python other than single-file scripts. 
> WingIDE has the ability to handle "projects", which apparently 
> consist of files and "packages". But what is a project? What does a 
> project have that can't be put into a single .py file script?
> Thanks,
> Dick Moores
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When your apps start getting larger, you'll find that you want to put
common functions into modules that you can hopefully reuse for other


I've been doing some web programming, so my "projects" consist of
cheetah template files, CSS, config files, a handful of python

I hope that helps.


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