gruben at bigpond.net.au
Wed Jul 13 10:26:09 CDT 2005
Also take a look at SciTE if you want a small, fast editor with a Python
heritage which follows MS Windows editing conventions:
It supports single key execution and matplotlib works fine with it.
Howey, David A wrote:
> I'm a bit annoyed at having to give up the 'integrated' environment of
> IDLE and use ipython, although I concede that ipython is quite nice. In
> particular I now need an editor. Can anyone help? Unlike you I prefer
> emacs but haven't yet found an easy win32 binary (any idea where I can
> get it? I would rather not mess with cygwin etc). Also, it's a bit
> I will check out crimsoneditor, looks nice.
More information about the SciPy-user