On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 9:31 PM, Sameer Rathoud
> for C++ and C# development I prefer visual studio and for C++ try outs even
> codeblock is ok
> For Java I use eclipse.
> But first time I am trying python. I was trying some UI with python. I have
> installed wingide. But i didn't liked it because for licenses messages even
> in trial version.
> I was searching for spyder, but didn't got any helpful installable.
Yep, so you're accustomed to an IDE. But just try a good editor like
SciTE or Geany or emacs (or ... or ... or ...), and see how you like
it. As an added bonus, you can get to know one editor and use it for
everything, rather than having separate IDEs for separate languages.