What’s your favorite Python editor?

Posted by | January 16, 2012 | blog

There are quite a few editors available for Python and everybody has his own favorite one. It would be interesting to know which editor do you use for Python and why. You can include what you like about your favorite Python editor in the comments below.

 

Note: If your favorite editor is not listed here, you can select Other option in a poll and tell us about it in the comment section.

 

 

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  • Joaquin Abian

    Oh!, a lot of Python editors except the default one (IDLE). Is there some secret message behind this poll ?

  • Anonymous

    Sublime Text 2

  • mm

    PyTools (VS2010 plugin).

  • Dejan Noveski

    +1 With the latest updates, it’s probably the fastest editor ever!

  • Nowhere

    Nano

  • https://launchpad.net/~skykooler skykooler

    Geany.

  • Dacjames

    Notepad++

  • Dwelch91

    Sublime text 2

  • Anthony Oliver

    Geany.
    Also take a look at ipython’s new notebooks, they are pretty awesome (http://ipython.org/ipython-doc/stable/interactive/htmlnotebook.html)

  • http://0xf.nl antihero

    Yup, I forsee OP getting a fair bit of people shouting about Sublime Text 2, seeing as they haven’t included it ;)

  • http://0xf.nl antihero

    Yup, I forsee OP getting a fair bit of people shouting about Sublime Text 2, seeing as they haven’t included it ;)

  • Me

    Kate!!!!!!!!!!!

  • foo

    Eric 4

  • http://twitter.com/khertan Khertan

    NinjaIDE :)

  • Doctor Who

    Geany is the best:
    http://www.geany.org/
    Open Source, multiplatform, leightweight and feature rich at the same time, and most of all, “extremely intuitive” (I don’t want to spend more time learning how to use an IDE than I’ve spend learning the programming language in itself, which is usually the case of most IDE’s).

  • Netwebsteps

    Eric four

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