[Tutor] Python workspace - IDE and version control

Matthew Lee mlee3891 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 01:11:22 CET 2010

I usually just use NetBeans or the Python IDLE.
I prefer to use NetBeans because it's easier to change and modify code and
test. And also because I like to use Jython.

Anything wrong with my setup?

On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 8:17 AM, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>wrote:

> <galaxywatcher at gmail.com> wrote
> order to create an efficient and productive Python programming workspace:
>> IDE and Version Control.
> Both important, although an IDE is perhaps a generous
> description of vim! :-)
> Obviously, no tool can think for you. The real programming work of course
>> is going on in your brain. I am curious what combination of IDE and Version
>> Control System you use and also perhaps, what other tools  I should be
>> looking at as well.
> I tend to use vim under cygwin (which gives me all the Unix tools) as the
> IDE.
> I use plain old RCS for version control because its just me working on the
> code.
> At work where we have parallel streams I use SVN (used to be Borland
> $tarTeam)
> Because we use Eclipse at work I increasingly use Eclipse with PyDev as my
> IDE for larger projects - its project support is very effective and I like
> the debugger. Also, since I often integrate Java and Jython, Eclipse is
> ideal for
> integrating a multi-source project, especially with a UML modelling plugin
> added to capture the design.
> Finally, I use Subclipse to integrate Eclipse with SVN.
> Alan G.
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