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SPE is a python IDE with auto indentation&completion,call tips,syntax coloring&highlighting,uml viewer,class explorer,source index,todo list,pycrust shell,file browsers,drag&drop,Blender support.Spe ships with wxGlade,PyChecker and Kiki.89 weekly downloads
InfoDock is an integrated productivity toolset, mainly aimed at technical people. It is built atop XEmacs and so has all of the power of Emacs, but with an extended menu-based user interface. Most objections to Emacs use are solved by use of InfoDock.1 weekly downloads
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Test&Go Developer is a graphical IDE dedicated to the validation and processing of databases and files (XML, XLS, etc.). It creates platform independent scripts which you can configure through python events. It provides a complete plugin interface.
The OO-Browser is an advanced object-oriented class browser with support for browsing C, C++, Common Lisp and its Object System (CLOS), Eiffel, Java, Objective-C, Python and Smalltalk. It runs atop Emacs/XEmacs on Linux, UNIX and Windows.