Base Eclipse (just the "Platform Runtime Binary") with Pydev.
I import Web2py as a python project, and reference it from other development projects. Makes it easy to browse code, and also (if really required) to run the app+web2py in debug mode and debug from within eclipse.


Works fine for me.

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On Mon, 19-09-2016 5:06 PM, Jurgis Pralgauskis wrote:
Hi, I would like tu wake the topic up :)

What are people mostly using for W2P dev?

From free (unpaid) alternatives  I found  mentioned
  - Sublime https://bitbucket.org/kfog/w2p (not sure about debug?)
  - PyCharm Community edition populate projects with fake imports
  - Aptana (PyDev) ?
  - VS Code?

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- http://github.com/web2py/web2py (Source code)
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