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Re: [pygame] IDE
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- From: tom arnall <kloro2006@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2018 13:07:56 -0800
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after using many editors for programming over many years, I finally
settled on VIM.
On 12/22/18, Daniel Foerster <pydsigner@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> He was asking for good editors. I'm currently partial to VS Code; to your
> point, it has nice integrations with git, pylint, and pytest.
> On Sat, Dec 22, 2018, 14:08 tom arnall <kloro2006@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> why not just use Test Driven Development and a good editor?
>> On 12/22/18, David <dvp1964@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > Just wondering which IDE people use...
>> > I know some love ATOM editor (which isn't an ide, but still...)
>> > some love Pycharm but I've heard complaints too
>> > Eclipse is too much of a monster....
>> > I guess I should break it down to things like
>> > Paid or Open Source?
>> > Programmers Text Editor or IDE?
>> > Python-specific IDE or one of many?
>> > Cross-platform is a major plus, but Linux only is fine -win/mac only is
>> > Should teens learning to program use a safe, simple, fluffy one, or
>> > just
>> > dive into what many people use?
>> > --
>> > David
>> > *Running Linux since 1994*
>> > *IT Tech Support *