[Tutor] What has Editor X got that PyWin32 hasn't?

Jeff Johnson jeff at dcsoftware.com
Thu Aug 14 15:36:09 CEST 2008

I use Dabo's Editor.py.  It has templates to provide code highlighting, 
etc. in many languages.  I also like the way it runs Python programs.

By the way, Dabo is a database/business object centric framework for 
Python which wraps WxPython.  But you can use just the Editor or other 
parts you like.  It is not intended to be a web framework.



Jeff Johnson
jeff at dcsoftware.com
Phoenix Python User Group - sunpiggies at googlegroups.com

Jaggo wrote:
> Hello.
> 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,
> Omer.

More information about the Tutor mailing list