> That is what Python is missing is an quality IDE that is cross> platform. All the ones out now suck when compared to something like> IDEA or Together.> > anyone that thinks about following up this post with anything about vi> or emacs can just stop right now and go back to their hole.
An IDE isn't worth much in many use cases. I see the reason in it when
developing gui apps. But for my work I honestly don't see any use for it.
Basically a good tabbed editor suits my needs.
The only two things I really miss is:
1) A good refactoring tool. Search and replace can be a bit hit'n miss
2) A context aware class browser, that would show the classes with the
methods & defined attributes they have in the current context. So that I
could do a little less grep'ing and manual backtracking of ancestor objects.
So maybe I *do* ned a good IDE anyway :-)
regards Max M