I'm currently trying to figure out which editor/IDE to use for my
Python development. (I just started learning Python.) :)
My finalists are WingIDE, TextMate and MacVim (with lots of plugins and config).
If I read the doc correctly, TextMate only has command completion
(will complete print() and so on), but not CallType stuff, like
suggesting .upper(), .lower() and so on on a string object. Right?
WingIDE (and VIM) has this, but it lacks the templates TextMate has –
with it's tab completion and stuff automatically added.
(As I understand it, this is just a limitation of the current Python bundle,
but it should be able to implement – if someone wanted/had the time
and skills ...)
I tried adding pysmell and the pysmell bundle, but I don't think it
made too much difference ... (Unless I did something wrong.)
Vi(m) I've used for ages, so it's an old friend, and I do get
completion and popup of methods with description and such.
But still I think it would be hard emulate the interactive
templates/functions in TextMate ...
On the other hand, TextMate is quite cool, maybe I should buy it
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