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Python, Pyscripter equivalent

Postby RBR on Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:44 pm

On windows I used PyScripter (brilliant IDE) and am wondering if there is/ what is the equivalent in linux. I am using geany now which is ok, but:

    1. I would link to have a kind of command window (similar to that in Pyscripter or the command window in Matlab). It makes debugging and post processing so much easier
    2. it is really nice to have a function key with which you can evaluate selected code rather then only the entire program (similar to f9 button in matlab, or its equivalent in pyscripter)

Maybe you can do this in geany, but I have not found it yet (if so please let me know).

Thanks for your time.

Ps: I know of http://wiki.python.org/moin/IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments, but this does not really answer my question
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