[Tutor] Python IDE

Gordon chaosweevil42 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 22:38:26 CEST 2007

Try Komodo Edit from ActiveState.  It's free (as in beer), it's 
cross-platform, and it's pretty darn good.  I haven't used it on Linux 
myself, but it does have a Linux download.

If being closed-source bothers you, Eclipse+PyDev might be your best option.

scott wrote:
> Hi,
> 	I have been using Kdevelop so far to develop and a few bugs it inherits 
> from Kate/Kwrite are really annoying me.  It does not collapse quotes 
> properly and there are other graphical glitches as well.
> 	Could someone suggest a few good IDE's for me to look at.  I would need 
> a IDE that haves syntax highlighting and I also really like type 
> completion where the IDE gives you suggestions as you type.
> 	Extras like a good built in dictionary and anything else that makes 
> coding faster or easier would be great.  I also prefer a IDE that is for 
> multiple languages, but I am willing to use a IDE that is only Python 
> for now until those bugs get fixed in Kdevelop.
> 	Lastly, I am a Linux user, so the IDE would need to run natively on 
> Linux.  Thanks.

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