[Tutor] Python Programming Tools
jordangreenberg at gmail.com
Mon Apr 14 16:49:02 CEST 2008
> A (mainly Java) programmer on a LUG mailing list asks:
> What is a good IDE [for Python] that has Python tools for:
> library management,
> code completion,
> Since I'm not familiar with Java at all, I'm not sure how many
> of the things he is asking for, are even relevant for Python?
> I'm presuming he is working with a team, and is developing
> complex programs.
> What do _you use?
Personally, I use Emacs for more or less everything. As far as a more
complete IDE solution goes, PyDev for the Eclipse platform is pretty
popular. If you're willing to spend some $$$, then PyDev Extensions
(also for Eclipse) are good, or ActiveState's Komodo IDE. They seem to
be the gold standard.
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