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Eclips-ing Python

Stephen O'Grady:

"While Eclipse is not traditionally thought of as a first option for dynamic language programmers - whether it because of the overhead of running a JVM or the perception that Eclipse is Java-only (it's not) - I was quite pleased with the Ruby Development Tools add-in for the platform "

A number of us in work use Eclipse to work on Python thanks to the splendid PyDev plugin.

Peter Seibel declares victory. Now all we need is an Eclipse plugin for CLisp- they could call it "Eclispe". And then there would no question that Eclipse, was in fact, a 120M dollar port of Emacs to Java.

January 20, 2006 09:12 AM


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