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Re: [Health-dev] Need best IDE to edit GNU Health source code

From: Dumitru Ursu
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] Need best IDE to edit GNU Health source code
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2014 20:43:17 +0200
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On 01/29/2014 06:36 PM, Selvakumar wrote:

I am new to python and I m searching for a good but free IDE
(integrated development environment) for GNU Health code. I got lot of
IDE like PyDev, Komodo, iPython,, Aptana Studio. etc etc. Bit
confusing to choose.

Please help me on this to proceed to contribute some thing to GNU health.

Use what you are accustomed to. Basically any text editor will do :)
(disclaimer: I'm not a GNU Heath developer)
I usually use vim to develop in any language: mostly ruby and C for now. Try the classic ones: emacs, vim. If you need a more "traditional editor": gedit, kate. If you work on Windows, probably notepad++ is a good choice.
This way you wold have the most control, imho.

A text editor and a console would do whatever you wish, in the end you'll still get text files, no matter what are you using.


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