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Vim as a Python IDE - Martin Brochhaus. Vim as a Python IDE - Martin Brochhaus. Klen/python-mode. Davidhalter/jedi-vim. Davidhalter/jedi. Vim as a Python IDE. Ropevim, rope in vim. Ropevim, rope in vim Ropevim is a plugin for performing python refactorings in vim.

ropevim, rope in vim

It uses rope library. You should install rope and ropemode before using ropevim. You can download ropevim from here. Features Supports many of the refactorings that are supported by rope_ library: Rename Extract method/local variable Move class/function/module/package/method Inline method/local variable/parameter Restructuring Change signature ... Other refactoring-related features: Previewing refactorings Undo/redo refactorings Showing refactoring progress Code-assists: Code-completion Goto definition Show pydoc Find occurrences Organize imports (remove unused and duplicate imports and sort them) Generating python elements Source Repository Ropevim: Ropemode: Feedback Send your bug reports, feature requests and patches to rope-dev (at) googlegroups.com.

John Anderson ( sontek ) - Turning Vim into a modern Python IDE. $ git clone $ cd dotfiles $ .

John Anderson ( sontek ) - Turning Vim into a modern Python IDE

/install.sh vim Download PDF Version Back in 2008, I wrote the article Python with a modular IDE (Vim). Years later, I have people e-mailing me and commenting daily asking for more information, even though most of the information in it is outdated. Here is the modern way to work with Python and Vim to achieve the perfect environment. Because one of the most important parts about a development environment is the ability to easily reproduce across machines, we are going to store our vim configuration in git: $ mkdir ~/.vim/ $ mkdir ~/.vim/{autoload,bundle} $ cd ~/.vim/ $ git init.

Indenting Python with VIM. Vim’s default configuration for Python sucks!

Indenting Python with VIM

If you have used Vim to write Python code, you probably know this very well. It does not align to parentheses and braces. dict(foo=bar<return> _ <= directly insert a 'tab' {'hello': 'world',<return> _ <= Same thing! It doesn’t add indentation after Python keyword if True:<return> _ <= Come on! Not even mentioning insanities like: insert tabs instead of spaces, or tab width is 8 spaces.

Making Vim PEP-8 friendly Sane defaults First I would like to point out something when writing a Vim configuration file. Generally don’t use the autocmd command to add hooks to a specific filename’s extension. Autocmd FileType python is better. AutoCmd BufNewFile,BufRead *.py \ setlocal tabstop=4 \ setlocal softtabstop=4 \ setlocal shiftwidth=4 \ setlocal textwidth=80 \ setlocal smarttab \ setlocal expandtab Create the directory ~/.vim/ftplugin; create a file named ~/.vim/ftplugin/python.vim containing: Sexy edition Now let’s tackle the edition problem.

With. VIM as Python IDE. Finding the perfect IDE for Python isn’t an easy feat.

VIM as Python IDE

There are a great many to chose from, but even though some of them offer really nifty features, I can’t help myself but feel attracted to VIM anyway. I feel that no IDE accomplishes the task of giving the comfort of complete power over the code – something is always missing out. Vim home page.