Use Vim as a Python IDE

Liu-Cheng Xu writes about using Vim as a Python IDE.

how to use vim as a python ide

Can not wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.



Just found “A community-driven Emacs distribution”.


Emacs and Vim live together in perfect harmony
Side by side on my keyboard, oh Lord, why don’t we?

Emacs 25.1 has been released

As announced on emacs-devel mailing list:

“Highlights of this release include:

  • Emacs can now load shared/dynamic libraries (modules)
  • Experimental support for Cairo drawing
  • Enhanced network security (TLS/SSL certificate validity and the
  • New minor mode ‘electric-quote-mode’ for using curved quotes as you
  • Character folding support in isearch.el
  • Xwidgets: a new feature for embedding native widgets inside Emacs
  • New and improved facilities for inserting Unicode characters”

Editors in the cloud(s)

With more and more things moving into the cloud, you can now find a bunch of online editors for your favourite language. I told you about Plunker in a recent post. But there’s more.

There are some more but these are the ones that I have tried. They are very useful if you just want to try out small code snippets or maybe a bit more.

The Plunker Web IDE

I have just discovered Plunker. “Plunker is an online community for creating, collaborating on and sharing your web development ideas.

  • Real-time code collaboration
  • Fully-featured, customizable syntax editor
  • Live previewing of code changes
  • As-you-type code linting
  • Forking, commenting and sharing of Plunks
  • Fully open-source on GitHub under the MIT license”

If you are doing web development, you might want to have a look at it. –