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Since i'm new on this forum, and first time meeting a python comunity,
i wanted to ask you for your python editors.

Im looking for some good python editor, with integrated run function,
without having to set it up manualy like komodo.
I found the pyscripter, and it has all i need, but it's unsatble.
bloated. it crashes when i close an yplication window run by python
from pyscripter. please. tell me a good one with buil in run (<-very
important) and nice gui. if possible to suport projects, code
highlighting, code completition, class browser, python comand line
(>>>), traceback.

I didn't take a look on vista (and i dont want to), but i hope they
improved the notepad.

azrael wrote:
> Since i'm new on this forum, and first time meeting a python comunity,
> i wanted to ask you for your python editors.

> Im looking for some good python editor, with integrated run function,
> without having to set it up manualy like komodo.
> I found the pyscripter, and it has all i need, but it's unsatble.
> bloated.

No it is very stable,
but some programs should be started differently,
read the manual !

  it crashes when i close an yplication window run by python

> from pyscripter. please. tell me a good one with buil in run (<-very
> important) and nice gui. if possible to suport projects, code
> highlighting, code completition, class browser, python comand line
> (>>>), traceback.

You could try SPE,
but that's really unstable,
and no help manual to read ;-)

and for the rest the answer must certainly be in the still running thread
"Best Free and Open Source Python IDE"

cheers,
Stef Mientki

azrael wrote:
> Since i'm new on this forum, and first time meeting a python comunity,
> i wanted to ask you for your python editors.

> Im looking for some good python editor, with integrated run function,
> without having to set it up manualy like komodo.
> I found the pyscripter, and it has all i need, but it's unsatble.
> bloated. it crashes when i close an yplication window run by python
> from pyscripter. please. tell me a good one with buil in run (<-very
> important) and nice gui. if possible to suport projects, code
> highlighting, code completition, class browser, python comand line
> (>>>), traceback.

> I didn't take a look on vista (and i dont want to), but i hope they
> improved the notepad.

*sigh*
this question arises at least three times a week on this group

you can use the googlegroups search function:
http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.python/search?group=comp.lan...

also use the python wiki:
http://wiki.python.org/moin/IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments
http://wiki.python.org/moin/PythonEditors

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