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Thread: Python development environment

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    Smile Python development environment

    I've read a lot of the Python threads here and I haven't seen any mention of an IDE I know there is one. And I haven't found it in the repositories yet. I'm just getting into python, so I'm just exploring possibilities here.

    I'd be interested to hear what people are using and maybe causes thhem to make the choice, and what they build with python.

    I hope this question hasn't been aksed before, I didn't see one!!!

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    Re: Python development environment

    gvim and a terminal or two. I know there are ample ides on windows but I haven't found one I like for large projects on Linux.

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    Re: Python development environment

    I don't use any IDEs in Python simply because I don't need one, but here's a really nice one called SPE: http://spe.pycs.net/

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    Re: Python development environment

    Shoot. I just use IDLE. But then, I'm not very good at programming (but i do looooove Python!).

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    Re: Python development environment

    A combo of jedit and IDLE works for me.
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    Re: Python development environment

    Thanks Guys

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    Re: Python development environment

    I've seen some use PyGTK, and I've mention of Python and Glade, are they the same?

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    Re: Python development environment

    I've seen some use PyGTK, and I've mention of Python and Glade, are they the same?

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    Re: Python development environment

    Glade is an GUI designer for your applications. You make all of the stuff on the inside work with Python.
    Last edited by Quest-Master; January 12th, 2005 at 04:14 AM. Reason: :)

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    Re: Python development environment

    Quote Originally Posted by Quest-Master
    Glade is an GUI designer for your applications. You make all of the stuff on the inside work with Python.
    Interesting Quest-Master. Thanks.

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