Vim as a Python IDE - Martin Brochhaus
Vim as a Python IDE - Martin Brochhaus
README.rst Python-mode, Python in VIM Python-mode is a vim plugin that helps you to create python code very quickly by utilizing libraries including pylint, rope, pydoc, pyflakes, pep8, and mccabe for features like static analysis, refactoring, folding, completion, documentation, and more. The plugin containts all you need to develop python applications in Vim. klen/python-mode klen/python-mode
davidhalter/jedi-vim davidhalter/jedi-vim README.rst jedi-vim - awesome Python autocompletion with VIM jedi-vim is a is a VIM binding to the autocompletion library Jedi. Here are some pictures:
davidhalter/jedi davidhalter/jedi README.rst Jedi - an awesome autocompletion library for Python Jedi is an autocompletion tool for Python that can be used in IDEs/editors.
Vim as a Python IDE
ropevim, rope in vim ropevim, rope in vim Ropevim is a plugin for performing python refactorings in vim. It uses rope library. ropevim, rope in vim
Sane Vim Plugin Management « PhilTeX
John Anderson ( sontek ) - Turning Vim into a modern Python IDE $ git clone https://github.com/sontek/dotfiles.git $ cd dotfiles $ ./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have people e-mailing me and commenting daily asking for more information, even though most of the information in it is outdated.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.

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

Indenting Python with VIM Vim’s default configuration for Python sucks! 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 Indenting Python with VIM
VIM as Python IDE | Alain M. Lafon

VIM as Python IDE | Alain M. Lafon

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