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Python IDE

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by NetCrime, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. NetCrime

    NetCrime Regular Member

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    What is your choice for Python?

    I kind like how PyCharm looks but it's ~100euros and I'm just learning Python and I don't wan't to spend money for this. Is there anything similar for free?
     
  2. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    JetBrains products are awesome and will increase your productivity. So, until you can afford them, here are 2 options:

    a) Use the EAP version. This is their bleeding edge version and it's free. Only drawback is that it expires after a period of time and you need to download the newest one.

    b) There are valid keys floating around in the usual places if you want to go that route.
     
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  3. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    +1 for Jetbrains

    I use IntelliJ IDEA. There's a free version but the enterprise version was the best $ 200 I ever spent.
     
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    divok Senior Member

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    i use a lot of free editors for little bit of scripting i do
    geany
    and notepad++ with python addons
     
  5. NetCrime

    NetCrime Regular Member

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    Well now I tryed SublimeText 3 with aditional packages for Python and it seem not bad but I think I will try PyCharm.

    This EAP build is valid until January 12th, 2015.

    So I think we are left with a plan B
     
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    xNotch Registered Member

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    Ive always been a fan of PyScripter. It's only drawback is that it's only officially supported on windows.
     
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    Wing IDE is the best, in my opinion. There's a free version, but the paid is totally worth the price (if you value productivity).
     
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    I don't know why but I really hate all python IDE's , for me it's just a big headache.
     
  10. shamanassc

    shamanassc Newbie

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    I use Sublime Text 2 (too lazy to switch to 3 right now :p) for just about everything (and nano over ssh but there are addons to auto-sync files over ssh if you need them) + a build system for compiled languages (Makefile that don't provide one by default)
    I used to have a console addon for it and define custom build systems but now I just have a terminal window on the side :)
     
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    i always go with IntelliJ stuff. I even use AppCode instead of xCode because xcode slows me the hell down
     
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    I vouch for IntelliJ as well. I've used it for Java, Python, Ruby, PHP and NodeJS. It's great for all of them
     
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    catonkeyboard Regular Member

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    PyCharm is great! It was really easy to switch from Android Studio to Pycharm for me! :)