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membry

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    RE: Good IDE for Python
    I prefer emacs for all my development and python is no exception. With a little bit of tweaking one can turn emacs into a powerful python IDE complete with syntax highlighting, auto completion, and more. Couple that with a split screen running a python shell and I cant imagine being any more productive. That is, unless you are an avid vim user ;) Here are a few good tutorials to get you set up and running. http://hide1713.wordpress.com/2009/01/30/setup-perfect-python-environment-in-emacs/ #you'll need to read the comments for some necessary corrections on this guide, specifically changing some of his backticks to commas in the lisp code. http://www.enigmacurry.com/2008/05/09/emacs-as-a-powerful-python-ide/ hope this helps.
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    I prefer emacs for all my development and python is no exception. With a little bit of tweaking one can turn emacs into a powerful python IDE complete with syntax highlighting, auto completion, and more. Couple that with a split screen running a python shell and I cant imagine being any more productive. That is, unless you are an avid vim user ;)

    Here are a few good tutorials to get you set up and running.

    http://hide1713.wordpress.com/2009/01/30/setup-perfect-python-environment-in-emacs/
    #you'll need to read the comments for some necessary corrections on this guide, specifically changing some of his backticks to commas in the lisp code.

    http://www.enigmacurry.com/2008/05/09/emacs-as-a-powerful-python-ide/

    hope this helps.

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