Over the years of providing attentive support to our customers we have learned that no two IDE users are the same. Wing IDE provides considerable latitude in customization of the GUI and key bindings, for integration of external tools, and even for extending the IDE by writing Python scripts.
|Since finger memory is so important, Wing IDE provides extensive emulation of VI/Vim, Emacs, Visual Studio, OS X key binding standards, and Brief. Customizing key bindings is also possible. For detail see Editor Key Bindings.|
|Wing makes it easy to use an external editor or code generator, such as those found in a GUI builder, by automatically reloading open files that are changed on disk.|
|Wing IDE provides a scripting API and may be extended by writing Python scripts. Scripted commands may be added to the GUI in the menu bar and the context menus on the editor and Project view, and can be assigned a key binding. Example scripts are found in the scripts directory in the Wing IDE installation and in the Wingware Wiki. Documentation is in the users manual.|
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