[Tutor] how I overcame the problem "I cannot run Python programs"

Mark Lawrence breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Mar 16 01:29:37 CET 2012

On 15/03/2012 22:30, eire1130 at gmail.com wrote:
> That's the nature of things I'm afraid.
> I do about half of my development on windows. My recomendation, download eclipse and install pydev. IDE choice is always a touchy subject but for windows, this should be your choice.
> I have notepad++ as well. Its great. But eclipse is better, especially for learning. I can't describe how much it helped me.

I believe that eclipse is crap.  I tried it 10 years ago and gave up 
because it was so slow.  I tried it a couple of months ago for two weeks 
and again gave up for the same reasons.  Why not stick with pythonwin, 
it's perfectly adequate for my needs?


Mark Lawrence.

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