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Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
kracekumar ramaraju
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 08:51
Sublime 2 with few extra plugins.
 On Feb 19, 2013 2:20 PM, "Luis Fernando Barrera" <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Raj Nathani
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 18:38
Hey Fernando :)

I was pretty much in the same dilemma as you once. I used Aptana with the 
python plugin. Things were fine, however I knew it could get better. One 
day while on stack, I saw an advert for a python IDE by the name of 
PyCharm which claimed to have support for both django and flask. I decided
to give it a try, and I gotta tell you I was pretty impressed by it. Its 
probably one of the most advanced IDEs out there. The only hiccup is that 
unlike many of the other IDEs out there it's proprietary. If you choose to
go beyond the one month trial period then you're gonna have to pay for a 
license.

Anyway take care and good luck choosing an IDE :)

On 2013-02-19, at 4:09 AM, "Luis Fernando Barrera" 
<luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
> 
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
> 
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
> 

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Larry Kubin
Date:
2013-02-21 @ 05:17
I currently use Sublime Text 2 for everything, but some of my coworkers
like using IntelliJ/PyCharm for Python projects.

- Larry

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 12:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>


-- 
Larry Kubin

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
joe meiring
Date:
2013-02-21 @ 22:54
+1 for sublime text 2. Its a great editor. Sublime Text 2 + iPython is the
way to go for me. I've never found an IDE that I liked, they all seem to be
bloated and clunky.


On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 11:17 PM, Larry Kubin <larry.kubin@gmail.com> wrote:

> I currently use Sublime Text 2 for everything, but some of my coworkers
> like using IntelliJ/PyCharm for Python projects.
>
> - Larry
>
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 12:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
> luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> Larry Kubin
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
dorian i
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 17:26
I use Pycharm. Also the question has been asked on r/python and r/django
multiple times.

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Jonathan Chen
Date:
2013-02-21 @ 21:31
The nice thing about PyCharm in my opinion is that the license fee for it
is very reasonable. Especially when it was on sale about a month or so ago.
I grew up learning VIM originally. Is there any good emacs tutorials out
there? I hear the holy war of the two, but I have no clue what's the
difference nor do I know how to use emacs. The nice thing about VIM is that
VI is always available.




~Jonathan C.


On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:26 AM, dorian i <dorian.hoxha@gmail.com> wrote:

> I use Pycharm. Also the question has been asked on r/python and r/django
> multiple times.
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
> luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Zaccardi, Nicholas
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 13:08
Sublime Text 2.

NZ
Please excuse my brevity this message was sent from my mobile phone.

---
Nicholas Zaccardi
System Information Technology Services
North Dakota University System
e: nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu<mailto:nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu>
w: (701) 777-2061
p: (781) 974-3045

On Feb 19, 2013, at 3:12 AM, "Luis Fernando Barrera" 
<luisfernando@informind.com<mailto:luisfernando@informind.com>> wrote:

Sorry for this off-topic question.

I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.

I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.

Thanks,

Luis Fernando Barrera
luisfernando@informind.com<mailto:luisfernando@informind.com>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Mahesh Lal
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 01:52
I have been using Gedit since a while an am satisfied with it. It needs a
few plugins before you can get started though.

Sent from a device with an on screen keyboard.
Please excuse typos and sms language.

Mahesh Lal
On Feb 22, 2013 7:02 AM, "Zaccardi, Nicholas" <nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu>
wrote:

>  Sublime Text 2.
>
> NZ
> Please excuse my brevity this message was sent from my mobile phone.
>
>  ---
> Nicholas Zaccardi
> System Information Technology Services
> North Dakota University System
> e: nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu
> w: (701) 777-2061
> p: (781) 974-3045
>
> On Feb 19, 2013, at 3:12 AM, "Luis Fernando Barrera" <
> luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>
>   Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
>  I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
>  I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
>  Thanks,
>
>  Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
James Anderson
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 06:24
I have to ask, I know there are some out there... does anyone use iron
python + visual studio?
On Feb 21, 2013 10:01 PM, "Mahesh Lal" <mahesh.2910@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have been using Gedit since a while an am satisfied with it. It needs a
> few plugins before you can get started though.
>
> Sent from a device with an on screen keyboard.
> Please excuse typos and sms language.
>
> Mahesh Lal
> On Feb 22, 2013 7:02 AM, "Zaccardi, Nicholas" <nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu>
> wrote:
>
>>  Sublime Text 2.
>>
>> NZ
>> Please excuse my brevity this message was sent from my mobile phone.
>>
>>  ---
>> Nicholas Zaccardi
>> System Information Technology Services
>> North Dakota University System
>> e: nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu
>> w: (701) 777-2061
>> p: (781) 974-3045
>>
>> On Feb 19, 2013, at 3:12 AM, "Luis Fernando Barrera" <
>> luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>>
>>   Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>>  I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>>  I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>>  Thanks,
>>
>>  Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python *

From:
Lowkster
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 06:07
Wish the vim key bindings would work vgedit seems dead


On 22 Feb, 2013, at 9:52 AM, Mahesh Lal <mahesh.2910@gmail.com> wrote:

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> I have been using Gedit since a while an am satisfied with it. It needs 
a few plugins before you can get started though.
> 
> Sent from a device with an on screen keyboard. 
> Please excuse typos and sms language.
> 
> Mahesh Lal
> 
> On Feb 22, 2013 7:02 AM, "Zaccardi, Nicholas" 
<nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu> wrote:
>> Sublime Text 2.
>> 
>> NZ
>> Please excuse my brevity this message was sent from my mobile phone.
>> 
>> ---
>> Nicholas Zaccardi
>> System Information Technology Services
>> North Dakota University System
>> e: nicholas.zaccardi@ndus.edu
>> w: (701) 777-2061
>> p: (781) 974-3045
>> 
>> On Feb 19, 2013, at 3:12 AM, "Luis Fernando Barrera" 
<luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>> 
>>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
>>> 
>>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> 
>>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>>> luisfernando@informind.com

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Nathan M
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 09:19
Sublime-text is great and quite trendy now ; otherwise you can customize
emacs for python


--

/*
** "What do you despise? By this you are truly known."
**	from Manual of Muad'Dib by the Princess Irulan.
*/



On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Lowkster
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 07:03
++1 sublime text 2 and 3

(iphone)

On 19 Feb, 2013, at 5:19 PM, Nathan M <feydaykyn@gmail.com> wrote:

> Sublime-text is great and quite trendy now ; otherwise you can customize
emacs for python
> 
> --
> 
> 
> /*
> ** "What do you despise? By this you are truly known."
> **	from Manual of Muad'Dib by the Princess Irulan.
> */
> 
> 
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera 
<luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>> 
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
>> 
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> 
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
> 

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Oliver Berger
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 11:27
I use gvim with following vundles (https://github.com/gmarik/vundle):

Lokaltog/powerline - status bar
Lokaltog/vim-easymotion - for jumping around
scrooloose/nerdtree - to have the directory tree (quite seldom)
kien/ctrlp.vim - for quick file access
klen/python-mode - python support: virtualenv, pylint, pyflakes, pep8
scrooloose/syntastic - general files syntax



On 19.02.2013 10:19, Nathan M wrote:
> Sublime-text is great and quite trendy now ; otherwise you can customize
> emacs for python
> 
> 
> --
> 
> 
> /*
> ** "What do you despise? By this you are truly known."
> **	from Manual of Muad'Dib by the Princess Irulan.
> */
> 
> 
> 
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera
> <luisfernando@informind.com <mailto:luisfernando@informind.com>> wrote:
> 
>     Sorry for this off-topic question.
> 
>     I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
> 
>     I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>     something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if
>     there's something better for the job.
> 
>     Thanks,
> 
>     Luis Fernando Barrera
>     luisfernando@informind.com <mailto:luisfernando@informind.com>
> 
> 

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Carsten Brüggenolte
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 18:42
Sounds like a very nice list. Working on a Mac I never tried vim or gvim. 
But all your suggestions make me want to look at it.   

--  
Carsten Brüggenolte


Am Freitag, 22. Februar 2013 um 12:27 schrieb Oliver Berger:

> I use gvim with following vundles (https://github.com/gmarik/vundle):
>  
> Lokaltog/powerline - status bar
> Lokaltog/vim-easymotion - for jumping around
> scrooloose/nerdtree - to have the directory tree (quite seldom)
> kien/ctrlp.vim - for quick file access
> klen/python-mode - python support: virtualenv, pylint, pyflakes, pep8
> scrooloose/syntastic - general files syntax
>  
>  
>  
> On 19.02.2013 10:19, Nathan M wrote:
> > Sublime-text is great and quite trendy now ; otherwise you can customize
> > emacs for python
> >  
> >  
> > --
> >  
> >  
> > /*
> > ** "What do you despise? By this you are truly known."
> > ** from Manual of Muad'Dib by the Princess Irulan.
> > */
> >  
> >  
> >  
> > On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera
> > <luisfernando@informind.com <mailto:luisfernando@informind.com>> wrote:
> >  
> > Sorry for this off-topic question.
> >  
> > I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.  
> >  
> > I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> > something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if
> > there's something better for the job.
> >  
> > Thanks,
> >  
> > Luis Fernando Barrera
> > luisfernando@informind.com <mailto:luisfernando@informind.com>
> >  
>  
>  
>  

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Filipe Cifali
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 10:35
PyCharm is really impressive, use the trial for 30 days of test and see for
yourself.

Normally I build only small scripts and simple sites in VIM.


2013/2/19 Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com>

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>


-- 
[ ]'s

Filipe Cifali Stangler

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Robert Moskal
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 03:24
So it seems the consensus is that if you like a programmers editor, find
one you like (vim, emacs, sublime).  BTW, sublime is for pay and it is very
nice.  If you want a full IDE then people seem to like pycharm.
 Interesting to see how pycharm has taken the lead in the IDE space so
quickly.

Regards,
___________
Robert Moskal
Most Media
Brooklyn, USA
214-799-1268


On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 5:35 AM, Filipe Cifali <cifali.filipe@gmail.com>wrote:

> PyCharm is really impressive, use the trial for 30 days of test and see
> for yourself.
>
> Normally I build only small scripts and simple sites in VIM.
>
>
> 2013/2/19 Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com>
>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> [ ]'s
>
> Filipe Cifali Stangler
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Joe Esposito
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 15:40
Sublime Text <http://www.sublimetext.com/>, hands down.

I used to use Crimson Editor because it was so light-weight. Since the
project wasn't open-source and eventually abandoned, I attempted to use
many other tools. Sublime really was the only editor that stood out to me
in terms of UX, sensible defaults, customizability, and performance.

For web projects, also check out LiveReload <http://livereload.com/> which
compliments the auto-reloading capabilities of Flask quite well.

And if you do give Sublime a try, install Sublime Package
Control<http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control>and check
out some these packages too:

   - Caret History <https://github.com/FichteFoll/Caret-History> - lets you
   go use alt+left/right to go back/forward where your cursor has been
   - ConsoleExec <https://github.com/joeyespo/sublimetext-console-exec> -
   when on Windows, will run your server in a new console window (disclaimer:
   written by me :-)
   - Git <https://github.com/kemayo/sublime-text-2-git/wiki> - shows diffs,
   annotated changes, and allows you to commit without leaving your code
   - SublimeCodeIntel <https://github.com/Kronuz/SublimeCodeIntel> -
   autocompletion for many languages, which works well for Python
   - SublimeLinter <https://github.com/SublimeLinter/SublimeLinter> -
   catches those awful common mistakes, like "redefinition of function" for a
   Flask view

Hope this helps. It really has improved my overall productivity, both web
and pure Python.

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 3:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Thatthep Vorrasing
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 09:32
Hello

Mostly I use Sublime Text 2 to edit .py files. I quite love it because
light weight, fast and simple.
My friends recommend me to use pycharm but I didn't try yet.

Sincere
Audy.


On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 3:37 PM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Nguyễn Hồng Quân
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 01:37
Hello all,

The reason Luis want to look for new IDE is the auto-completion feature.
CTags in Geany and maybe in Vim,Emacs,Sublime is not good at Python support
(but very good at C): It cannot suggest function/method from non-builtin
modules.
I found CodeIntel in Komodo Edit doing this better.
There is plugin for Sublime, which port from Komodo's CodeIntel, but I
think it is not as good as Komodo's.
So I think, if you don't want to spend time configuring/customizing Vim,
Emacs, you can give Komodo Edit a try (it is lighter than Eclipse + Pydev
and it has "indentation guide", which Eclipse is missing).

About the most perfect Python auto-completion, there are IDLE, iPython,
bpython, DreamPie. But they are not IDE.

That's about free tool. For commercial tool (PyCharm, WingIDE...), I
haven't tried anything yet.

2013/2/19 Thatthep Vorrasing <amaudy@gmail.com>

> Hello
>
> Mostly I use Sublime Text 2 to edit .py files. I quite love it because
> light weight, fast and simple.
> My friends recommend me to use pycharm but I didn't try yet.
>
> Sincere
> Audy.
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 3:37 PM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
> luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>
>


-- 
***********************************************
* Nguyễn Hồng Quân                            *
* Y!M: ng_hquan_vn                            *
* Identi.ca: hongquan                         *
***********************************************

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Jonathan Chen
Date:
2013-02-20 @ 04:26
Even though its not free I would recommend PyCharm. Its really good tool
and its updated on a regular basis with something good.


~Jonathan C.


On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 12:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Smartboy
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 14:39
I myself prefer to use PyCharm from JetBrains. It even has special tools
built in for programming Flask and Django apps. However, it is a pay-for
proprietary IDE so depending on your budget it my not be an option. In that
case, my preference leans toward Eclipse with PyDev if I need an IDE.

Smartboy

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 12:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Mauricio de Abreu Antunes
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 11:19
Pycharm comes with a good Flask helper.

2013/2/19 Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com>

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>


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Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Trey Long
Date:
2013-02-21 @ 20:58
I cannot really recommend PyCharm enough. If you enjoy having an advanced 
GUI IDE then there is nothing better. Very polished, very good.

Also not free.


On Feb 19, 2013, at 6:19 AM, Mauricio de Abreu Antunes 
<mauricio.abreua@gmail.com> wrote:

> Pycharm comes with a good Flask helper.
> 
> 2013/2/19 Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com>
> Sorry for this off-topic question.
> 
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
> 
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> Mauricio de Abreu Antunes
> Mobile: (51)930-74-525
> Skype: mauricio.abreua

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Gabriel Jordão
Date:
2013-02-21 @ 20:56
Take a look at Sublime Text <http://www.sublimetext.com/2>, it's great!

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 8:19 AM, Mauricio de Abreu Antunes <
mauricio.abreua@gmail.com> wrote:

> Pycharm comes with a good Flask helper.
>
>
> 2013/2/19 Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com>
>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> *Mauricio de Abreu Antunes*
> Mobile: (51)930-74-525
> Skype: mauricio.abreua
>



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Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
David Brenneman
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 14:51
I highly recommend emacs. It is infinitely configurable for your use case
and is a great Python IDE.

Cheers,

David

On Tuesday, February 19, 2013, Luis Fernando Barrera wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com <javascript:_e({}, 'cvml',
> 'luisfernando@informind.com');>
>
>

-- 
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http://davidbrenneman.com

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Robert Moskal
Date:
2013-02-21 @ 21:02
I'm a java/.net guy so I like a big fat IDE.  The closest thing available
is pycharm from jetbrains.

Best

Robert
___________
Robert Moskal
Most Media
Brooklyn, USA



On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 9:51 AM, David Brenneman <db@davidbrenneman.com>wrote:

> I highly recommend emacs. It is infinitely configurable for your use case
> and is a great Python IDE.
>
> Cheers,
>
> David
>
>
> On Tuesday, February 19, 2013, Luis Fernando Barrera wrote:
>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>
>
> --
> David Brenneman
> http://davidbrenneman.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Harry Percival
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 11:43
Bite the bullet Luis!  It’s time to teach yourself vim...



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From: Luis Fernando Barrera 
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 8:37 AM
To: flask@librelist.com 
Subject: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

Sorry for this off-topic question.

I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 

I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.


Thanks,

Luis Fernando Barrera
luisfernando@informind.com

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Harsh
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 09:24
I've found PyCharm to be really good for my Python and Flask needs.



On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:07 PM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>


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Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Michal Kawalec
Date:
2013-02-20 @ 16:13
W dniu 19.02.2013 09:37, Luis Fernando Barrera pisze:
> Sorry for this off-topic question.
> 
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
> 
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.

Well, I will be the first one here to suggest vim. With a decent set of
plugins (supertab, tagbar, solarized colors, TagHighlight) and ctags it
is amazing.


Michal

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Markus Unterwaditzer
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 12:46
Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

>Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
>I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
>I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if
>there's
>something better for the job.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Luis Fernando Barrera
>luisfernando@informind.com

The answer will always be vim, emacs or Sublime Text.
-- Markus

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
宣铭艺
Date:
2013-02-21 @ 22:35
于 13-2-19 下午4:37, Luis Fernando Barrera 写道:
> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if 
> there's something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com <mailto:luisfernando@informind.com>
>
I use vim with plugins as ide.This may helps 
http://sontek.net/blog/detail/turning-vim-into-a-modern-python-ide

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
linnchord
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 09:41
I use pycharm for 2 years, it is perfect! For a editor, sublime text is
also good.

在 2013年2月19日星期二,Luis Fernando Barrera 写道:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com <javascript:_e({}, 'cvml',
> 'luisfernando@informind.com');>
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Lowkster
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 05:31
+1 on pycharm. Totally rocks!

On 19 Feb, 2013, at 5:41 PM, linnchord <linnchord@gmail.com> wrote:

> I use pycharm for 2 years, it is perfect! For a editor, sublime text is 
also good.
> 
> 在 2013年2月19日星期二,Luis Fernando Barrera 写道:
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>> 
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
>> 
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> 
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Matt Conrad
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 21:42
I got PyCharm (from JetBrains) when it was on sale a while back, and it is
sweet. It has both Flask and Django awareness. Sometimes I use it just to
edit HTML because the CSS and JS intellisense is very good. This was my
first experience with JetBrains and I was wowed.

However, it's somewhat pricey (for a hobbyist anyway). I believe there is a
free trial.

Before that I just used Vim (PyCharm has pretty good Vim keybindings also).

Matt



On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Lowkster
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 05:45
Well if you have an open source project you can apply for the open source 
license. They are very responsive.

On 20 Feb, 2013, at 5:42 AM, Matt Conrad <mattley@gmail.com> wrote:

> I got PyCharm (from JetBrains) when it was on sale a while back, and it 
is sweet. It has both Flask and Django awareness. Sometimes I use it just 
to edit HTML because the CSS and JS intellisense is very good. This was my
first experience with JetBrains and I was wowed.
> 
> However, it's somewhat pricey (for a hobbyist anyway). I believe there 
is a free trial.
> 
> Before that I just used Vim (PyCharm has pretty good Vim keybindings also).
> 
> Matt
> 
> 
> 
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera 
<luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>> 
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps. 
>> 
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not 
something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's 
something better for the job.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> 
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
> 

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Michael Herman
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 14:07
http://www.lighttable.com/

looks like an interesting project.

their is a flask mode -
http://www.chris-granger.com/2012/05/21/the-future-is-specific/

haven't had time to try it yet.

On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 9:45 PM, Lowkster <kianseong@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Well if you have an open source project you can apply for the open source
> license. They are very responsive.
>
> On 20 Feb, 2013, at 5:42 AM, Matt Conrad <mattley@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I got PyCharm (from JetBrains) when it was on sale a while back, and it is
> sweet. It has both Flask and Django awareness. Sometimes I use it just to
> edit HTML because the CSS and JS intellisense is very good. This was my
> first experience with JetBrains and I was wowed.
>
> However, it's somewhat pricey (for a hobbyist anyway). I believe there is
> a free trial.
>
> Before that I just used Vim (PyCharm has pretty good Vim keybindings
> also).
>
> Matt
>
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera
> <luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Anthony Ford
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 04:20
I also second Vim. With a good vimrc and some decent plugins
(NerdCommentor, the Jinja2 plugin, Syntastic, and a good color scheme) your
all set.

But there is a bit of a learning curve. Well worth it though. I don't feel
nearly as productive in non-vim text environments. If only I could get Vim
bindings in Gmail...

Anthony Ford,
KF5IBN,
Research Assistant,
Center for Advanced Radio Astronomy,
University of Texas at Brownsville
ford.anthonyj@gmail.com


On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Knacktus
Date:
2013-02-22 @ 07:21
Tool discussions tend to be very personal ... look at reddit :-)

My opinion is either a proper IDE like PyCharm or vim. Vim can be pimped
with extensions, has a quite a learning curve but once you mastered it, it
will pay back. PyCharm is just an unbelievable all-in-one product. It has
basically everything build in and (with Wing IDE) the by far best code
assistence for Python. If your project grows you will be thankfull for
this. (It also interprets your docstrings to find out the passed in types,
very helpful ...)


2013/2/22 Anthony Ford <ford.anthonyj@gmail.com>

> I also second Vim. With a good vimrc and some decent plugins
> (NerdCommentor, the Jinja2 plugin, Syntastic, and a good color scheme) your
> all set.
>
> But there is a bit of a learning curve. Well worth it though. I don't feel
> nearly as productive in non-vim text environments. If only I could get Vim
> bindings in Gmail...
>
> Anthony Ford,
> KF5IBN,
> Research Assistant,
> Center for Advanced Radio Astronomy,
> University of Texas at Brownsville
> ford.anthonyj@gmail.com
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:37 AM, Luis Fernando Barrera <
> luisfernando@informind.com> wrote:
>
>> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>>
>> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>>
>> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
>> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
>> something better for the job.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Luis Fernando Barrera
>> luisfernando@informind.com
>>
>>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
G_will
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 08:57
PyCharm

2013/2/19 Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com>

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>

Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
Mihail Klimin
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 08:58
Hi Luis Fernando,

I use Textmate on mac osx and SublimeText2 on win7.


2013/2/19 Luis Fernando Barrera <luisfernando@informind.com>

> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python Apps.
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if there's
> something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
> luisfernando@informind.com
>
>


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Re: [flask] [off-topic] IDE for Flask, Django, Python

From:
lynadge
Date:
2013-02-19 @ 09:01
I also use Geany but on Archlinux.

For frontend dev, i think this is very helpful: 
https://github.com/trongthanh/geany-for-front-end-dev


greetings, lynadge

Am 2013-02-19 08:37, schrieb Luis Fernando Barrera:
> Sorry for this off-topic question.
>
> I wonder which tools do you use to write Flask, Django or Python 
> Apps. 
>
> I currently use geany in Mint, it's completion capabilities are not
> something very impressive. I don't mind really. I just wonder if
> there's something better for the job.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Luis Fernando Barrera
>  luisfernando@informind.com