[Numpy-discussion] installing numpy in jython (in Netbeans)

Todd Brunhoff toddb@nvr....
Thu Aug 30 19:39:06 CDT 2012



On 8/27/2012 9:51 AM, Chris Barker wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 26, 2012 at 8:53 PM, Todd Brunhoff<toddb@nvr.com>  wrote:
>> Chris,
>> winpdb is ok, although it is only a graphic debugger, not an ide, emphasis
>> on the 'd'.
> yup -- I mentioned, that as you seem to like NB -- and I know I try to
> use the same editor for eveything.
>
> But if you want a nice full-on IDE for Python, there are a lot of
> them. I"m an editor_termal guy, so I can't make a recommendation, but
> some of the biggies are:
>
> Eclipse+PyDev
> PyCharm
> WindIDE
> Spyder (particularly nice for numpy/ matplotlib, etc)
I had not considered these yet, but they look interesting. I ended up 
here: 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_integrated_development_environments#Python
which compares IDEs for every language, and found a free python plugin 
for VS 2010 which looks excellent. I may also try Spyder since I would 
expect you atmospheric guys would know where numericals are well 
integrated. Thanks.

Todd

>
> -Chris
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