[Tutor] Best IDE for Python
zebra05 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 13:50:00 CET 2007
would someone please point me to an active link to download SPE? the url to
Stani's site just wont click through to
i have a similar problem with the url to the Windows distro of Lighttpd from
would appreciate any help...
On 1/25/07, Hieu Hoang <hieu.d.hoang at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> > From: "Alan Gauld" <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>
> > > Is there a good IDE where in I type the name of
> > > the class object and then dot then all the attributes
> > > of the object are displayed so on.
> > There are several that do this but many are OS specific.
> > The PythonWin IDE that comes as standard in the winall
> > package or the ActiveState version of Pytthon can do this.
> > I'm prettty sure Blackadder, Wing and Eclipse will do it too.
> I can add Geany, SPE, and after reading Senthil's remark on gVim c-x
> c-n, Pida. Geany works on top of PyGTK, SPE on wxPython, pida need
> kiwi which requires pygtk also.
> > > I tried to install IDLE but I have no idea how to install tkinter?
> > Tkinter is usually built in to Python. If you are compiling
> > from source (on Linux?) You need to configure the makefile
> > to include it, but most pre-built packages will have it.
> On self-compiled python, I just need to have tcl-dev and tk-dev
> packages installed (ubuntu linux), and the configure script does the
> proper work. I have only tried the epydoc gui.
> > > Any help that enables me to use good IDE as soon
> > > as possible is appreciated
> > Personally I just use vim and an interpreter prompt! :-)
> Me too, just that pida bundles them in one window.
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