Name: [017] fabiofz
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Introducing the PyDev IDE for Eclipse [ID:029] (2/2)

in series: PyDev Eclipse IDE Videos

video tutorial by fabiofz, added 03/07

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PyDev is a free Eclipse plug-in that transforms Eclipse into a powerful Python and Jython development environment.

This ShowMeDo explains how to get started with PyDev (v1.0.6). It starts with the steps needed to configure your project correctly, shows a little about code-completion and demonstrates the basics of debugging. This video is based on the getting started manual. Also see the PyDev blog.

You might also want to see ShowMeDos for Wing, SPE and IPython.

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very good


:)


97. Parag Bhargava Sat, 04 Sep 2010 16:09

Excellent piece of work!!


while True:

reply = raw_input('Enter text: ')

if reply == 'stop':break

print(reply.upper())

#that works


bom video, mas o Fabio é muito monotônico


Very helpful, please make more


Good introduction by the man who made pydev a real tool.


92. Werner Sprung Thu, 10 Jun 2010 03:03

video is good but a little bit louder please


Love the laid back commentary


90. Sanjit Paul Sat, 01 May 2010 23:21

It is really good . Awesome Work Man :)


Thanks for the good lesson about how to write a "Hello World" script in PyDev. :-)


88. Shawn Mclean Fri, 19 Mar 2010 19:41

Great Video for a starter getting to setup pydev. But in terms of the language itself, you jumped right into classes and I'm guessing those init stuff are constructors. I lost it when you started coding.


87. Simon Brusch Thu, 18 Mar 2010 08:45

Thanks. Seeing it actually happen always make it easier to understand.

My next 2 questions are:

- help with parameters in method calls

- can I run and review unittests in PyDev?


86. Ralph Lyle Sat, 13 Mar 2010 22:20

I'm new to Eclipse and Python and I'm on Win Xp.

I've installed PyDev as a plug-in for Eclipse, and so far

have received no error messages.

But I am having trouble figuring out how to do a final over-

all check using the file interpreterInfo.py. I know where

this file is located on my hard disk - I just don't know how to run this file 'from the command prompt'.

Do I have to be in Python to run it?

I tried running it from a windows prompt - that didn't work.

I have a Python command prompt , but I don't know how

to change directories while in Python.

In the Pydev manual it says to execute the

interpreterinfo.py file. But I don't know how to do that.


the name/email is fake, but the comment is not. the video was a very helpful startup tool - thanks!


84. Michael Williams Sun, 28 Feb 2010 12:30

Excellent! It is my belief that every subject has an intrinsic simplicity when it is fully understood. I believe, by the time most authors achieve that understanding, they have forgotten what was not apparent when they first approached the subject. Those fundamental answers are want make the subject approachable. This video is excellent!! The author clearly knows his subject well and is still able to present this material for the view point of some new to the topic. Well done and Thank you.


Please make more it is easy to understand !!!


82. Hellmut Gerichhausen Sun, 07 Feb 2010 05:27

Another great explanation on setup,

Thanks a lot.


Hi James,

Please ask for support in the Pydev forum. See: http://pydev.org/about.html

p.s.: Please also add information on the Python version you're using.


80. James Ogletree Sun, 31 Jan 2010 16:09

fabiofz, I have PyDev installed on Eclipse classic on windows and it works. But, only one problem, I noticed: the while statement does not work properly. I run

while True:

reply = input('Enter text: ')

if reply == 'stop': break

print(reply.upper())

The loop keeps running after I type in the world stop. Help me! Other than that everything works fine.


79. annonymous Sun, 24 Jan 2010 17:35

thank you for doing this ..


thanks for your presentation,please speak loudly,i can't heard clearly


77. anonymous Mon, 04 Jan 2010 06:16

Uses the pydev extension and the python interpreter setup was easy with this video.


76. anonymous Tue, 29 Dec 2009 10:41

Thank you!

It's a great deal!


75. anonymous Thu, 24 Dec 2009 12:14

Like your other video the content is good but sounds like your talking to yourself and mumbling all the time. You need to talk louder and more clearly as you would in front of an audience


74. anonymous Thu, 10 Dec 2009 18:00

Thanks for doing this! It was very helpful.


73. anonymous Mon, 30 Nov 2009 12:42

Thank you,

Now i can add my source folder in to the project.

Thank u very much


72. anonymous Fri, 27 Nov 2009 14:19

Thank you, sir! That was quite helpful.


71. anonymous Tue, 24 Nov 2009 23:46

Excelent


70. anonymous Sat, 14 Nov 2009 10:04

thanks for simple english for foreign ppl

lot of hesitations

i miss some explanations about module and what he is doing as all i know from python is some commands, but may be my fault


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