- Code autocompletion
- Nice and editable syntax highlighting
- Testing environment and debugger if possible but not necessary
- Nice GUI and explorer
- Decent speed since when I use Geany it lags when I type
I'm sorry to be rude, but don't you see the requirements of the IDE that I'm looking for?KenT wrote:I think IdleX does most if not all of what you want, its basically an add-on to Idle.
Well I use Python object oriented as most people probably use it and keep everything nicely in folders and that's also why I want to edit the folders on the fly. And I need an explorer for that, IdleX is basically just a text editor.KenT wrote:IdleX eems to match most of them:
Code autocompletion - in IdleX
[*]Nice and editable syntax highlighting - Idle has this
[*]Testing environment and debugger if possible but not necessary - IdleX seems to improve on Idle. There are other Python debuggers around, there used to be one in an early Raspbian
[*]Nice GUI and explorer -Gui nice and simple. Explorer - Tabs, File Open, and Recent Files in Idle. Nice path browser for looking at Python internals.
[*]Decent speed since when I use Geany it lags when I type - IdleX addons don't seem to have slowed down Idle editting.
What I particularly like about IdleX is:
[*]It has multiple tabs
[*]It has line numbers
[*]It has a horizontal scrollbar.
If only it remembered open files between incarnations I would love it.
Wow, this is excellent, thanks for this!!wongss wrote:I just learned that that sftp is turned on in rpi with ssh.
Managed to use notepad++ in Windows to directly edit files in rpi through sftp.
This could be simpler than using samba?
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sudo apt-get install samba
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[dev] comment= whatever path=/home/pi/ browseable=Yes writeable=Yes only guest=no create mask=0777 directory mask=0777 public=no (then) sudo /etc/init.d/smbd restart smbpasswd -a pi