Name: [17666] Kenny X
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Adding some more features to gedit [ID:1593] (2/2)

in series: Learning gedit

video tutorial by Kenny X, added 08/09

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In this tutorial screencast I show adding a class browser to gedit. You also edit your settings to be perfect for developing. Here is the download for the class browser plugin: http://www.stambouliote.de/projects/gedit_plugins.html

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Much more organized than the first one. You seemed to lose your organized thought right at the end a little but the main body was clear and understandable. Might consider how you will end the session before you begin. I liked it.


Good tutorials. Make sure you give full explanation of the objects you are showing.


3. joe oettinger Sun, 28 Feb 2010 03:45

Very good. Useful. And it was given with a better tempo than the first tutorial. Thanks.


Nice plug-in to download, I'll download it and try it out.


In my opinion, for a dynamic language like Python, this kind of lightweight sub-IDE is the way to go. Gedit looks like it can handle the task admirably, certainly for those initial forays into programming. Screencast was nicely done. Well paced, not too many glitches. And brings people up to speed the way only a screencast can.


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