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 Thonny IDE 2.0
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Python IDE for beginners Thonny IDE 2.0, video intro.
Tested it out,and the highlighted step into code is pretty cool.
Can be useful for more than beginners.
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What are your thoughts on how it's different from Pycharm and Sublime Text?
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(Oct-10-2016, 06:58 PM)micseydel Wrote: What are your thoughts on how it's different from Pycharm and Sublime Text?
It's a lot difference striped down to bare bone,not 100's of features like Pycharm and Sublime Text.
The Step through code with highlighted text(also highlights syntax errors) and variables/heap viewer is really well done.
It's build in with Python 3.5,so it's really easy for beginner to start right away.
Can also point it to installed Python version.
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Looks like a good example of what can be created using tkinter.
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(Oct-10-2016, 09:28 PM)Yoriz Wrote: Looks like a good example of what can be created using tkinter.
Yes it really is,
and it look rather good more like native appearance which has always been a problem for Tkinter.

After testing it more,has some really cool stuff all focus around running of code.
Full AST tree of code,with with Variable, Heap and Object inspector of code.

Really nice to step into recursive code it span a new windows for each recursion,
and can look at variables,Heap,Object in each new window.
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Wow! There is a Linux package. :) I will definitely try it.
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(Oct-10-2016, 10:13 PM)wavic Wrote: Wow! There is a Linux package. :) I will definitely try it.
Yeah, the fact that it's available in pip was intriguing as well.
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(Oct-10-2016, 10:14 PM)micseydel Wrote:
(Oct-10-2016, 10:13 PM)wavic Wrote: Wow! There is a Linux package. :) I will definitely try it.
Yeah, the fact that it's available in pip was intriguing as well.

I didn't know it. Just downloaded. It's getting better and better. I love its simplicity and even more the innovative approach.
"As they say in Mexico 'dosvidaniya'. That makes two vidaniyas."
https://freedns.afraid.org
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Does it have themes? I can't find anything doing a web search for "Thonny themes". I would like to use a dark theme to save my eyes.
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if you are using linux ,install redshift
"As they say in Mexico 'dosvidaniya'. That makes two vidaniyas."
https://freedns.afraid.org
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