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What IDE to use for Python?

For a comprehensive list of Python IDEs and comments, refer to this thread: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/81584/what-ide-to-use-for-python.

Results so far:

  1. PyDev with Eclipse (CP, F, AC, PD, EM, SI, MLS, UML, SC, UT, LN, CF, BM, CT)
  2. Komodo (CP, C/F, MLS, PD, AC, SC, SI, BM, LN, CF, CT, EM, UT, DB)
  3. Vim (CP, F, AC, MLS, SI, BM, LN, CF, UT, PD, EM, SC, CT)
  4. Emacs (CP, F, AC, MLS, PD, EM, SC, SI, BM, LN, CF, CT, UT, UML)
  5. TextMate (Mac, CT, CF, MLS, SI, BM, LN)
  6. Gedit (Linux/Windows, F, AC, MLS, SI, BM, LN, CT [sort of])
  7. Idle (CP, F, AC)
  8. PIDA (Linux/Windows, CP, F, AC, MLS, SI, BM, LN, CF)(VIM Based)
  9. NotePad++ (Windows, F, MLS, LN)
  10. BlueFish (Linux)
  11. JEdit (CP, F, BM, LN, CF, MLS)
  12. E-Texteditor (TextMate Clone for Windows)
  13. WingIde (CP, C, AC, MLS (support for C), PD, EM, SC, SI, BM, LN, CF, CT, UT)
  14. Eric Ide (CP, F, AC, PD, EM, SI, LN, CF, UT)
  15. Pyscripter (Windows, F, AC, PD, EM, SI, LN, CT, UT)
  16. ConTEXT (Windows, C)
  17. SPE (F, AC, UML)
  18. SciTE (CP, F, MLS, EM, BM, LN, CF, CT, SH)
  19. Zeus (W, C, BM, LN, CF, SI, SC, CT)
  20. NetBeans (CP, F, PD, UML, AC, MLS, SC, SI, BM, LN, CF, CT, UT, RAD)
  21. DABO (CP)
  22. BlackAdder (C, CP, CF, SI)
  23. PythonWin (W, F, AC, PD, SI, BM, CF)
  24. Geany (CP, F, very limited AC, MLS, SI, BM, LN, CF)
  25. UliPad (CP, F, AC, PD, MLS, SI, LI, CT, UT, BM)
  26. Boa Constructor (CP, F, AC, PD, EM, SI, BM, LN, UML, CF, CT)
  27. ScriptDev (W, C, AC, MLS, PD, EM, SI, BM, LN, CF, CT)
  28. Spyder (CP, F, AC, PD, EM, SI, BM, LN)
  29. Editra (CP, F, AC, MLS, SC, SI, BM, LN, CF)
  30. Pfaide (Windows, C, AC, MLS, SI, BM, LN, CF, CT)
  31. KDevelop (CP, F, MLS, SC, SI, BM, LN, CF)
  32. Dr.Python (F,EM)
  33. DreamPie (F)
  34. PyCharm (CP, C, AC, PD, EM, MLS (Javascript), SC, SI, BM, LN, CF, PD, UT)
  35. Sublime Text (CP, C, AC, MLS, SI, BM, LN, CT, extensible with Python)

Currently, I’m using Eric4. Works well for me.

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  1. charles1812
    May 11, 2011 at 03:11

    Oh,please refer to;http://www.longhowl.com/howls/202

    • May 11, 2011 at 09:33

      I didn’t know Long Howl, thanks. But it looks like a simplified StackOverflow. How is it different?

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