django and netbeans?


Question

I use netbeans for all of my Linux development (C/C++, Php, Python, Symfony). I am now learning django, and wondered if I could use netbeans as the IDE. I cant seem to find a Django plugin for netbeans.

Is there one?. If no when is one planned?

Worst case scenario, I'll have to use another IDE (I really dont want to learn another IDE) - But, If so, what do you guys use for django development?

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8/18/2012 2:06:51 PM

Accepted Answer

There is Python and Django support from the built-in Python plug-in (in short simply get any NetBeans 6.9 or more recent, go to menu Update... > Search "Python" > Install).

There is also a NetBeans-Django additional project going on but pretty dead for a while.

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6/17/2010 8:51:25 AM

Currently, NetBeans support for Django is limited. The last posting that I could find, from 1 January 2010 and says that Django support is coming in NetBeans 7.0. I wouldn't be surprised if a few Python improvements in support of this make it into 6.10 due out in August 2010, but 7.0, due for 2010Q4 or 2011Q1, should have some Django support. If it's half as good as Ruby on Rails support, it'll be slick.


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