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Nothing.
... Really?
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Have you tried Visul Studio Express (free) with pytools?

If you want something lighter I'd also recommend Komodo Edit.
No, I haven't tried that yet. However, I'm thinking of just going ahead and buying Sublime Text, even though apparently there is no difference between the trial and licensed version.
post #12 of 18
Not that Sublime Text is bad or anything but it's a good idea to try out different options before putting money down on one.
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Not that Sublime Text is bad or anything but it's a good idea to try out different options before putting money down on one.
It doesn't cost money to use the (unlimited) trial.
post #14 of 18

There's always gVim. It's free and does almost everything (sorry, you'll need emacs if you want a complete OS).

post #15 of 18
If you're already in the "I could probably spend some money for a great tool" take a look at PyCharm, it's just miles away from the rest of the editors, and its auto-completion is a thing of sorcery (seriously great at predicting, downright scary).
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It doesn't cost money to use the (unlimited) trial.
I know, but the OP said he was thinking of buying it. See post above mine.
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If you're already in the "I could probably spend some money for a great tool" take a look at PyCharm, it's just miles away from the rest of the editors, and its auto-completion is a thing of sorcery (seriously great at predicting, downright scary).
Hmmm ... looks good, but I assume that since it's name is PyCharm, it would only support .py files, while Sublime Text 2 looks just as good, and maybe even better, supports a wide variety of programming languages, and has an unlimited free trial.
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Pycharm is a full-fledged IDE though, not just a text editor smile.gif It's awesome. I loves it.
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