[ John McGreivey ]
> The Emacs python-mode package is great. It's included with=20
> XEmacs, and perhaps others, and can be downloaded from=20
> http://python.org/emacs/python-mode/. It features syntax=20
> coloring, auto-indent, and other stuff, and it will start a=20
> Python session in its own buffer within emacs. It should be=20
> possible to make Jython your default Python for this, though=20
> I don't, since I use both Python and Jython, and I prefer to=20
> leave Python as the default for the Python shell, and run=20
> Jython in a standard shell buffer. Either way, emacs is a=20
> cool environment to run python in because (among other=20
> reasons) you can save your session for future reference as a=20
> text file.
> Re: NetBeans: I've tried using it for Java coding, and it's=20
> fine, but I suppose I always use XEmacs for real stuff=20
> because I'm familiar with it and it has great features and is=20
> fully customizable, and it requires no mouse use if you don't want to.
> I guess JED (an emacsish editor) also has a python mode, from=20
> what I've read. It's supposed to be simialr to the Emacs python-mode.
Just another 2 $ on Emacs from my side.