[Tutor] First Python Test
sydney.shall at kcl.ac.uk
Sat Feb 2 16:27:17 CET 2013
You are correct, of course.
OK. So Bluefish is the Free open-source GNU editor and it is suitable
We will have a complete menagerie soon.
On 02/02/2013 13:23, Aurélien DESBRIÈRES wrote:
> Join #emacs on irc.freenode.net and ask them.
> I do not bring any support for non free Operating System nor
> BrainWashing ones ;-)
> "Shall, Sydney" <sydney.shall at kcl.ac.uk> writes:
>> Dear Aurelien,
>> Would you please explain how one installs GNU Emacs on a MAC using OS
>> X v10.6.
>> I cannot find a binary package. The GNU site seems to me to have only
>> source code packages.
>> Mille fois merci.
>> On 02/02/2013 09:54, Aurélien DESBRIÈRES wrote:
>>> hmm ... you should use GNU Emacs, it's Free in price and license!
>>> Extensible Text Editor with a cool Python-mode ;-)
>>> Jamie Griffin <jamie at kode5.net> writes:
>>>> * Simon Yan <simonyan at fedoraproject.org> [2013-02-02 01:11:12 +0800]:
>>>>> I would recommend start off from a simple text editor that has basic syntax
>>>>> highlighting features. There are a number of options out there.
>>>>> TextMate is a good choice, a little pricy.
>>>>> VIM, if you are a terminal guy
>>>>> Even Python IDLE is a good choice you wanted to edit just a few simple .py
>>>>> I would suggest give it a look in the Mac App Store and you will find a few
>>>>> other good ones too.
>>>> I believe the editor of choice on Mac OS X these days is BBEdit -
>>>> again, a bit expensive. TextMate used to be good but there are
>>>> better ones out there now. Personally, I prefer the commandline
>>>> editors, vi or vim which is already installed on Mac OS X. I haven't
>>>> used the Xcode editor before but if it's what you're comfortable
>>>> with then it's probably best to stick with it.
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