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Pyscripter - An open-source Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

Pyscripter - An open-source Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
PyScripter is a free and open-source Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) created with the ambition to become competitive in functionality with commercial Windows-based IDEs available for other languages. Being built in a compiled language is rather snappier than some of the other Python IDEs and provides an extensive blend of features that make it a productive Python development environment. Support: Get support on PyScripter by emailing to or by visiting the PyScripter Internet group and posting your questions and comments. PyScripter comes in two flavors, 32-bit and 64-bit. The 64-bit version will only work in a 64-bit version of Windows. The 32-bit version of PyScripter requires the presence of a 32-bit python installation and the 64-bit version requires the presence of a 64-bit python installation from Notes: For compatibility with Python 2.6 and Python 3.0, since version, PyScripter requires the latest C++ Redistributable Package.

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If you are on Windows, then PyScripter is the best FREE choice out there. It's a complete IDE with integrated debugger, and it's a single executable, so no install hassles. It's only 6-7 MB in size. It's got support for remote debugging. Code completion is good, and cross referencing is provided by simply hovering the mouse over the symbol you want to know more about. It's a well thought out project. Plus it's FREE and in active development. The latest version supports Python 3.0 as well. < by stargatekt87 Jan 17