MonoDevelop is for .NET,
so I think the Python binding is actually IronPython.

You can use either IronPython Tools for Visual Studio, which supports somewhat good code-completion, a WPF designer, and some better Silverlight support. Of course, you'll need at least Visual Studio 2010, and you can get for free here.

or SharpDevelop,
which has a WinForms designer, some level of code completion, and a compiler to .exe.

Edited 6 Years Ago by jcao219: n/a

Oh no, the python plugin for MonoDevelop is actually using the CPython that comes preinstalled with Ubuntu

Oh, what a shame.
A .NET IDE like MonoDevelop should add support for dynamic .NET languages such as IronPython.

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