21 10 20
I was reading a recent KDnuggets article on a recent poll "What Python IDE / Editor you used the most in 2020?", as expected the poll was topped by Jupyter Notebook (42%), JupyterLab added extra (14%). Visual Studio Code, PyCharm and Spyder were also popular options.
I started wondering if it was possible to use Xcode to code python, the answers "Yes", but it requires a little setting up to do. After a fair bit of online searching I managed to put together a set of instructions that I thought I'd share.
20 09 17
The new version of Xcode is available for download. Xcode 9.0 includes Swift 4 and SDKs for iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.
- The source code editor has been completely rebuilt for amazing speed. It scrolls at a constantly smooth rate, no matter the files size, also supports Markdown.
- Refactoring to easily select and modify structure of code
- Swift 4 compiler can also compile Swift 3 to aid transition
- Xcode 9 makes working with source control – and with GitHub – easier and more tightly integrated.
- Simulator app updated.