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Charming Python: Review of Python IDEs
By David Mertz, Ph.D. - 2004-10-26 Page:  1 2 3

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  • jEdit is written in Java and has been in development for over five years.

  • IDLEfork has some nice improvements to the version of IDLE that comes with most Python distributions; but the best of these get rolled back into IDLE itself with new Python releases.

  • Leo is billed as a literate programming tool, data organizer, and project manager.

  • MacPython is available for Mac OS X as well as for Mac OS 9 or earlier.

  • Learn more about Python development tools and Python in general at the PythonInfo Wiki.

  • Download Emacs and documentation -- even find out why it's called Emacs (contrary to legend, it doesn't stand for escape-meta-alt-control-shift) -- all at Gnu.org.

  • Of course, you can also use Emacs for Java programming or with DB2 (you know, you can use Emacs for everything!). Read more in "Emacs a top-notch Java IDE? You bet!" and "Tips for Using Emacs with DB2."

  • Donald E. Knuth is Professor Emeritus of The Art of Computer Programming at Stanford University and author of Literate Programming (Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1992).

  • IBM's Rational Rose XDE Developer offers an IDE for Java, C++, Visual Studio, .NET and more.

  • IBM alphaWorks offers several Java IDEs for download.

  • See what has changed since the last time David looked at Python IDEs in "A review of Python IDEs: The raw and the cooked."

  • See what David has to say about XML editors in "XML Matters: Roundup of XML editors."



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