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[Gnumed-devel] Stani's Python Editor (SPE)

From: J Busser
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Stani's Python Editor (SPE)
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 08:28:23 -0700

I came across this IDE under GPL, support for Blender, kiki, PyChecker, wxGlade & XRC support. A UML viewer is built in.

If the multi-OS support is any advantage, the author very much wants to release Mac versions synchronously which is why I ask. Is it anything that has any high regard among, or usefulness for, any coders? Dunno whether e.g. its support for wxGlade which Horst suggests be used is any advantage.

What's under the hood?
SPE has one of the most sophisticated autocompletion mechanisms that beats even commercial Python IDEs. Control+Enter takes you automagically to the source of the selected object.
Uml Diagrams
UML viewer is built right into the source editor to draw a chart diagram. Understand your own code even better!
Smart Overview
The sidebar, which updates as you type, helps you keep track of all your code with a class explorer, alphabetic index of all functions and classes, automatic todo-list, sticky notes and code analysis. In the bottom pane most of these tools are available for all open source files.
wxGlade makes it very easy to create a wxPython user interface using drag and drop techniques without writing a single line of code. It will save you time and effort.
SPE supports remote and encrypted debugging through the excellent RPDB2 debugger of Nir Aides.
A Developer's Best Friend
SPE comes with an extended set of developer tools for evaluating regular expressions, checking source code, profiling, debugging and gui design.
Document Interface - à la carte
SPE is the first IDE to support various document interfaces. Choose the one you like: single or multiple, tabs or not, tool palette or toolbar. A tab closes by a simple, middle or double mouse click.

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