anyone using an alternative to idle as a text editor for python?
i was going to try netbeans, but noticed they no longer support python.
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I've been using XCode's editor on OSX. On Windows, Notepad works fine. vi is still a favorite. Many people like emacs. If you have Adobe Creative Suite on your machine, the ExtendScript editor supports Python.
Note these are text editors, not IDEs.
I started using pyscripter. I have visual studio, but I think it only has IronPython, which is for net. I might take a look at that later, though, because net seems useful and marketable.
pyscripter is the best python IDE I have used. If you just want to edit python code, then any text editor will do. It depends on preference.