Eric is a Python IDE written using PyQt and QScintilla. It provides various features such as any number of open editors, an integrated (remote) debugger, project management facilities, unit test, refactoring and much more.
- Editor with syntax highlighting, autocompletion and call tipps
- Built-in checkers for Python (syntax, issues, style,...)
- Built-in documentation viewer (and web browser)
- interface to Mercurial and Subversion
- Extensible via plug-ins
This is the fourth time and 4 different versions I have tried to get to install. Never ever works. Troubleshooting gets me to the install.py as being at fault every time! I am learning Python and should not have to troubleshoot your install script. It has never been able to find the PyQT install location even when it is in my "Path" statement. This version is looking for "PyQT5.Core" when the actual PyQT5 install is labeled "QT5Core.dll"! So I ask "How can anyone possibly get this to install?!!" I am having trouble getting PyQT to do what I want so thought this IDE would add to the features enough to help me out. The PyQT5 "Designer" and "Assistant" work perfectly so why is this such a pain? For general info, I am on Win 7 x64. I have been using PyCharm but it does not have a GUI Builder so thought I would try this way. At this point I'm thinking of just going the route of "Build Your Own" and sticking with PyCharm since it is just the best! Thanks and maybe I'll try again next year!
There is no way install and run this project! I am using Windows7 x64 OS .. I tried again and again to install Eric6; Too much complicated installation process. I lost 3 days for try to use that project! But no way! Is someone install and run Eric IDE on Windows x64 system?! There dozen source code; But there is not a 1 click installation progress! I installed Qt5; PyQt; QScintilla2; sip but not running!
Does not compile on Mint17 ('module' object has no attribute '__all__'). I was looking for an IDE to study Python, but you have to know python to install an IDE. It is a Monty Python suggestion, i presume.