I have used the Python mode in XEmacs for years, and I've been very happy with it. However, after seeing Carlos' original posting re: jython for jEdit, I had a look and was *very* impressed. In fact I now use jEdit as my primary development tool. 

I am doing more Java than [jp]ython, but unlike many Java IDE's, jEdit has a general purpose text editor at it's core, and it supports many programming languages. It is also very easy to extend - using languages that I know (as opposed to elisp, which I don't ;-)


-----Original Message----- From: Carlos Quiroz To: jython-users@lists.sourceforge.net Sent: 9/9/01 12:08 PM Subject: Re: [Jython-users] What are Jython folks using to edit? On Sunday 09 September 2001 18:47, Frank Cohen wrote: I made a plugin for including a Jython interpreter in jEdit http://www.jedit.org jEdit is an excellent editor that has Python syntax coloring an quite many other features. I use it normally and I can test the stuff directly Carlos
> I'm considering contributing code to NetBeans as an IDE to do Jython
> editing. I'm wondering what people are using to edit Jython scripts?
> Information on NetBeans is at http://www.netbeans.org
> Info on my project is at http://www.pushtotest.com
> -Frank