[Tutor] What has Editor X got that PyWin32 hasn't?
Mike.Hansen at atmel.com
Tue Aug 12 22:08:17 CEST 2008
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> Subject: [Tutor] What has Editor X got that PyWin32 hasn't?
> I haven't much experience with programming.
> I'd like to point this question to programmers who write in
> editors other than the default PyWin32:
> Why do you use your editor rather than using Pywin? What
> feature has editor X got that PyWin hasn't?
> (That is, other than "My editor runs on unix / linux"; while
> that does count for something it is rather irrelevant to my
> current situation.)
> Thanks in advance,
Is that the editor that comes with Activestate's Python distribution
for Windows? If so, I haven't used in a very long time.
I switch between VIM and Komodo IDE. I don't remember the pythonwin
editor having code completion for python, syntax highlighting for
other languages(Perl? Ruby? HTML?), ftp, integration with your
favorite source code control system, a spell checker, the ability to
script it or record macros, an MP3 player, voice recognition, a Vulcan
mind-meld programming link, .... oh... those last three are probably
in emacs.. %-)
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