what python ide are you using, what Refactorings do you like?

Asked by PeterSommerlad on 2007-04-25

Hi all,

I wonder if and what python IDE you are using for bzr development. I am very eager to support Refactoring for non-java languages in Eclipse. Two of my students provided "Extract Method" and some generators to the pydev Eclipse Plugin. For the next semester, I plan to have students extend that, and I wonder what kind of Refactorings/Generators Python developers ask for.

You can send me any "important" Refactoring you'd like to see from an Eclipse python IDE.

Thanks
Peter Sommerlad.
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Wouter van Heyst (larstiq) said : #1

On Wed, Apr 25, 2007 at 08:52:19AM -0000, PeterSommerlad wrote:
> New question #5612 on Bazaar:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/bzr/+question/5612
>
> Hi all,
>
> I wonder if and what python IDE you are using for bzr development. I
> am very eager to support Refactoring for non-java languages in
> Eclipse. Two of my students provided "Extract Method" and some
> generators to the pydev Eclipse Plugin. For the next semester, I plan
> to have students extend that, and I wonder what kind of
> Refactorings/Generators Python developers ask for.

Hi, I'm not sure this is the correct forum for questions like these
(other than questions about bzr itself), but:

There have been requests for Eclipse support from time to time,
Guillermo Gonzalez acted upon that and started work on it:
https://beta.launchpad.net/bzr-eclipse

Most developers I'm aware of use vim though (where you'd probably use
bicyclerepairman for refactoring)

Wouter van Heyst

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