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Poll: Which IDE?
Thonny
Komodo
LiClipse
NetBeans
PyCharm
KDevelop
PyDev
Wing
PyScripter
Spyder
Anaconda
IDLE
Pyzo
PythonToolKit
PyStudio
Visual Python
VS Code
Vim/Emacs
Geany
Sublime Text
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 What is the best IDE
#21
Atom is missing. As well as Sublime Text too. Perhaps several others.
"As they say in Mexico 'dosvidaniya'. That makes two vidaniyas."
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#22
I've been using Sublime Text since I switched back to Windows. It's an IDE, but I wouldn't recommend it.
Craig "Ichabod" O'Brien - xenomind.com
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#23
(Jan-23-2019, 04:00 AM)ichabod801 Wrote: but I wouldn't recommend it
why is that?
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#24
PyCharm

I love it.

But, it is not free.
Gary
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#25
Quote:But, it is not free.
The community version which as far as I could tell (as I owned both community and professional versions) was free.
I was sold on PyCharm until I tried VSCode.
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#26
I tried VS code and it works okay. I just like the bells and whistles of PyCharm better. Plus because I paid for it felt I should use it.
Gary
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#27
(Jan-23-2019, 12:44 PM)gehrenfeld Wrote: Plus because I paid for it felt I should use it.
what is the benefit of the paid version VS the community version?
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#28
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bells and whistles of PyCharm better
what did you find missing?
I actually have found more features in VSCode.
You add extensions for whatever functionality you need.
For example html editing and jupyter notebook see: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/
Most are free, some require a small fee.
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#29
Why I don't recommend Sublime Text:
  • I find the way it inserts closing quotes irritating. Say I start a string as text = 'I don't and realize I should have used double quotes, I find it irritating to fix.
  • I don't find it's selection tool to be very forgiving/intuitive. If I end the selection on the wrong line, I find it a pain to correct without redoing. Maybe they have a different way to do it than most editors, but it's not clear to me at all.
  • I'm a tab indenter, not a space indenter. But I was making that t_games project with maybe an eye to release py PyPI, so I started doing my Python with four space indents. I can't get a user preference for tabs and a Python preference for four spaces to work. I have to reset every Python file to spaces manually.

It's several annoyances, not any major problems. It's enough to make me want to switch, but not enough to make me actually make the effort to download VS Code and try it out.
Craig "Ichabod" O'Brien - xenomind.com
I wish you happiness.
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#30
(Jan-23-2019, 12:51 PM)metulburr Wrote: what is the benefit of the paid version VS the community version?
https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/featur...atrix.html
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