Codimension is a Python IDE which aims to provide an integrated system for traditional text-based code editing and diagram-based code analysis.
|Implementation||Python C C++|
Release Notes: Both the IDE and Python parser were updated. The parser now recognizes the 'nonlocal' keyword. The IDE has a couple of new features. The main editor now supports a navigation bar, and the main toolbar can be shown or hidden via a setting. A few bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: Both the IDE and Python parser were updated. The parser is 10% faster and a memory leak was fixed. The IDE has a few new features. Now running and debugged scripts can have I/O redirected to the IDE. The pylint results viewer now supports pylint 1.1. A new custom garbage collector was introduced.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed. Minor new features include the ability to dump the current debug session settings and a customizable list of open tabs.
Release Notes: Improved custom python parser performance. An SVN plugin has been added. Pylint 1.0.0 support. Minor improvements in the interface. Bugfixes.
Release Notes: IDE changes: a plugin interface has been added; better completion in general and for PyQT objects in particular; configurable monospace fonts; a garbage collector plugin has been added; a better outline window; pyflakes has been updated to 0.7.3; a pyflakes crash in the case of an invalid escape character has been fixed; a bug has been fixed with pylint for projects with no import directories added; and there are many minor improvements. Python parser changes: a core dump in the case of an import without anything following it has been fixed.