Editing with Wing Pro
Wing's intelligent editor makes Python coding fast and easy. Powerful static and runtime code analysis provide context-appropriate assistance throughout the editing experience. Emulation for vi, emacs, Visual Studio, Eclipse, and XCode make it easy to get started working with Wing.
Solid Editor BasicsWing's editor provides a solid foundation for Python programmers with configurable tabs and splits, code folding, indentation assistance, visit history, error indicators, editor emulation and custom key bindings, flexible selection modes, auto-save, and many other features. The editor also supports over 70 other languages.
Intelligent Auto-completionStatic and runtime analysis are combined to provide high quality context-appropriate auto-completion in the editor and integrated Python shells. Wing's Source Assistant continuously updates to display type information, inline documentation, call tips, and links into Python documentation for the code that you write or visit.
Auto-editingInvocation assistance auto-enters function and method arguments as you write code, allowing you to tab through the invocation to quickly and correctly place your arguments. Unchanged default arguments are automatically removed and the invocation is rewrapped accordingly. Other configurable auto-editing operations include auto-closing parentheses and quotes, auto-spacing optionally with PEP8 style, auto-fixup of out of order typing, and managing blocks as new code is entered.
RefactoringRefactoring is a way to quickly reorganize code without impacting its functionality. Wing supports renaming and moving point of definition of symbols, extracting a new function or method from existing code, introducing a variable for an existing expression, and changing symbol naming style.
Multi-selectionQuickly make multiple selections of the same string, within a block, scope, or file, or by clicking on the editor, in order to apply edits uniformly to all of the selections at once.
Code SnippetsCode snippets offered in the editor's auto-completer allow rapid entry of standard code templates and often-used structures. Fields in the snippets are entered by tabbing through the code. The same snippet can take different forms depending on the context from which it is invoked.
and Much More
Some of the many other editor features include bookmarks, macros, auto-reload of externally changed files, indentation conversion, keyboard-driven text and regular expression search and replace, line-oriented editing, brace matching, line numbering, unlimited depth undo, and optionally visible white space. Custom editor features can be added by writing Python scripts, which can appear in menus, the toolbar, or be bound to keys.