Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #30500


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Sep 3, 2020, 8:10:03 PM (2 years ago)
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Samuel Lelièvre
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  • Ticket #30500 – Description

    initial v2  
    77- !PyCharm
    88- Spyder
     9- Sublime Text
    910- vi / vim
    1011- VSCode / vscodium
    1112
    12 and maybe others.
     13and maybe others such as
     14
     15- Alpha, Alphatk
     16- ATOM + Hydrogen
     17- Blender
     18- Eclipse
     19- IDLE
     20- Leo
     21- PyDev
     22- PyScripter
     23- Wing
     24- Xcode
    1325
    1426What to document:
    1527
    16 - setting up syntax highlighting for .sage files
    17 - ways to make Sage execute fragments of code
     28- setting up syntax highlighting for .py, .pyx, .spyx, .sage files
    1829- telling the editor or IDE to use Sage's Python
     30- making Sage execute fragments of code
    1931
    2032Maybe one ticket per IDE or text editor?
     
    2335
    2436- some wiki pages
    25 - some answers to questions, or discussions, on
    26   - Ask Sage
    27   - sage-devel
    28   - sage-support
    29   - Stack Overflow
     37  - https://wiki.sagemath.org/PyCharm
     38  - https://wiki.sagemath.org/SpyderInstructions
    3039
     40- some answers to questions, or discussions,
     41  on Ask Sage, sage-devel, sage-support, Stack Overflow
     42
     43  - [https://ask.sagemath.org/question/39742 Ask Sage question 39742: Make PyCharm recognise the Sage Python interpreter]
     44  - [https://stackoverflow.com/q/47378147 Stack Overflow question 47378147: Use PyCharm (or any Windows IDE) to run SageMath scripts]
     45  - [https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-devel/iKQY5Em-QpY/discussion sage-devel discussion, 2017-12, started by PHPirate: Running Sage from an IDE like PyCharm on Windows]
     46  - [https://ask.sagemath.org/question/38750 Ask Sage question 38750: How to use Sage in PyCharm in Ubuntu]
    3147Related:
    3248