[Tutor] PyCrust IDE/Shell
grantahagstrom at gmail.com
Sat Jun 2 00:47:11 CEST 2007
I agree that pycrust is faster in terms of autocomplete. However, I love
being able to to just hit f5 to run my code in the shell while in the Python
IDLE environment. I wonder if this is possible with pycrust . . .
. . . on the wxPython page I found a list of other py related programs:
The most interesting to me is pywrap: "PyWrap is a runtime utility that lets
you run an existing wxPython program with a PyCrust frame at the same time.
Inside the PyCrust shell namespace, the local variable app is assigned to
your application instance. In this way you can introspect your entire
application within the PyCrust shell, as well as the PyFilling namespace
Has anyone tried any of these yet?
On 6/1/07, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com> wrote:
> Is anyone else out there using PyCrust as their python shell?
> I've been using it for a few weeks now and I'm completely sold.
> It is the best shell I've used, everything just seems to work.
> I can cut n paste sections of interpreter code and PyCrust
> correctly strips out the prompts and organises things. The
> tooltips and autocomplete work better than IDLE or pythonwin.
> There are no indentation problems like on IDLE. The namespace
> viewer and other tools are genuinely useful.
> I haven't tried the other Py tools yet - A La Mode seems the
> obvious next step with its multi tabbed editors. But the beauty
> of PyCrust is that it works beautifully with vim (or anything
> else that can cut n paste)
> Any other users got PyCrust tiposthey can share?
> Alan G.
> Tutor maillist - Tutor at python.org
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