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Dec 8th, 2000 06:09
Chris Barker, Bernhard Reiter, Stephan Deibel
There are a number of options for those that want to go beyond the basic debugging tools that come with Python itself, or want more than the commonly used text editors like emacs or vi: Commercial 1) http://www.wingide.com/wingide -- Wing IDE provides a graphical debugger with remote debug capability, source module and class browser, source editor with autocompletion, syntax hilighting and an emacs mode, and a project manager. 2) http://www.pythonworks.com -- PythonWorks is a rapid application development environment with editor, debugger, TkInter-based user interface layout tools, and deployment manager. 3) http://www.activestate.com/Products/VisualPython.html -- VisualPython is a plug in for Microsoft's development environment, Visual Studio 7. Free Software (sometimes called Open Source) 5) http://www.python.org/windows/pythonwin/ -- PythonWin is a Python distribution specifically for Microsoft Windows that includes support for MFC development, and a graphical environment with source editor, command shell, and a number of other features. 6) http://www.python.org/idle/ -- IDLE is a TkInter-based integrated development environment for Python, currently in early release form. 7) http://boa-constructor.sourceforge.net/ -- Boa Constructor, a rapid application development environment with WXPython-based GUI development capabilities, currently in early release form. 8) http://www.gnu.org/software/ddd/ --- ddd The Data Display Debugger can be hooked onto the python debugger and allows nice visualisation of source code and items on the stack. Note that this is not an IDE as entries 1-7). 9) http://www.cwi.nl/~jack/macpython.html --- MacPython IDE On the Macintosh, MacPython comes with the MacPython IDE, an integrated source editor, Object browser, and debugger.
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