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Which Eclipse (to install) for Python? [message #1859795] Tue, 27 June 2023 12:16 Go to next message
Anne Ranch is currently offline Anne RanchFriend
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This seems backwards to ask this late , but - if the intent is to develop / debug Python code
- which version of Eclipse to install?

I have been adding Python PyDev "plug-in" to "basic" C/C++ IDE , however , I just learn the application I am cloning was written in PyQt6. ( Maybe it is time to invest in PyQr6 )

I would like somebody who actually works with Eclipse and Python code to state his opinion.

Thanks
Re: Which Eclipse (to install) for Python? [message #1860482 is a reply to message #1859795] Wed, 09 August 2023 11:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Zachary Price is currently offline Zachary PriceFriend
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No worries, better late than never. For Python development in Eclipse, I'd recommend using the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers and then adding the PyDev plugin. It provides a smooth Python coding experience. Since you're working with PyQt6, investing in learning it could be a great move. It's a powerful toolkit for creating Python applications with a graphical user interface. Happy coding!
Re: Which Eclipse (to install) for Python? [message #1860508 is a reply to message #1860482] Thu, 10 August 2023 14:37 Go to previous message
Anne Ranch is currently offline Anne RanchFriend
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So far I have used "PyCharm" and found it has few issues enabling GUI AKA QtDesigner.
I got part of the code modified , using uic , and decided to try Qt.
That is even worse then PyCharm - does no t do what is "advertised" at all.
My negative finding has been confirm,ed with "... this has been an issue since..." message.
So it is not just my opinion/

It looks as modifying Python code using GUI , especially "uic" is something not to get into.
So I am of an opinion that Python is "command line language" unsuitable for GUI .
End of story , back to C++....
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