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arielruff Group Title

What Python IDE are you guys using for this course if I may ask?

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  1. agdgdgdgwngo Group Title
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    We use the default IDE that comes with the Python download, IDLE.

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    ditto - win7

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    gedit + terminal on ubunut, not ide but it works perfect.

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    i use the ipython shell + my favourite editor (gvim). works better than idle with matplotlib (plotting library) in my installation (I have python2.6 installed via fink on mac OSX)

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    hey you can also use pyscripter.

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    Thanks a lot for the help, ill try them out... I have been having trouble finding one that runs on windows 8. I just recently installed the developers release.

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    since you have installed the windows 8 developer release, let me tell you there are less chances that you will find softwares for it because it is released to do so.

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    if you cant find IDE for dev. release try something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2Pm9q8eUhw

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    You could partition your drive & install Ubuntu (a Linux-type OS) along side Windows 8. Ubuntu even comes pre-packed with Python. I suspect you would find lots of solutions for the lack of software that way.

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    Aptana with pydev plugin

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