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Old 07-29-2019, 03:24 AM   #1
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Python IDEs

Hello Guys, which one is the best IDE in python programming between those:
Eclipse + Pydev
Sublime Text
Visual Studio Code

And how many total numbers of IDE is available?
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Old 07-29-2019, 07:55 AM   #3
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A python script is just a text file. Any text editor will do. I think that a syntax highlighting editor like geany or gedit is very useful for python/bash/C.

So I would add

To your list. Try them out and see which one you like.
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Not an IDE, but I really prefer ScITE for code editing. Works in both Linux and Windows.
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If you're considering vim, then think about using neovim with these three plugin:

Personally, I'm in a bit of a vim-purist phase. So I use vim (not neovim) with the following in ~/.vim/after/ftplugin/python.vim:

setlocal makeprg=mypy\ --strict\ %
setlocal formatprg=black\ \--quiet\ -
That gives me syntax-checking with ":make" and formatting with "gq".

I use jedi-vim and VimCompletesMe for code completion.

I use ctags to jump to definitions, and gtags-cscope to jump to symbol usages. Both integrate with vim.

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