Terry Reedy <tjre...@udel.edu> writes:
> On 5/29/2014 5:41 AM, Wolfgang Maier wrote:
>> On 28.05.2014 12:43, Sameer Rathoud wrote:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> I am new to python.
>>> I am currently using python 3.3
>>> With python I got IDLE, but I am not very comfortable with this.
> What bothers you the most.
>> Seems like not too many other people on this list share my opinion, but
>> let me just say that IDLE is a nice and sufficient (for my purposes) IDE.
>> If you're used to eclipse, then stick with it, but I prefer IDLE over
>> any text editor although admittedly some of its keyboard shortcuts are
>> unusual choices.
> I am curious how many of the editors people have been recommending have all of
> the following Idle features, that I use constantly.
> 1. Run code in the editor with a single keypress.
> 2. Display output and traceback in a window that lets you jump from the any
> line in the traceback to the corresponding file and line, opening the file if
> 3. Search unopened files (grep) for a string or re.
> 4. Display grep output in a window that lets you jump from any 'hit' to
> the corresponding file and line, opening the file if necessary.