When comparing Wing IDE vs Kdevelop with kdev-python, the Slant community recommends Wing IDE for most people. In the question“What are the best IDEs or editors for Python?” Wing IDE is ranked 10th while Kdevelop with kdev-python is ranked 12th.
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Pro Exceptionally responsive support
Pro Built-in debugger
Wing IDE provides local and remote debugging.
Pro Checks for errors in the source code
Pylint has a static analysis tool integrated which checks the source code for any potential errors and bugs.
Pro Debugging in threads
Pro Super-flexible macro capabilities
Pro Totally programmable keystroke shortcuts
Pro Totally worth the price -- it's a steal, in fact.
Pro Customizable plug-ins if desired.
Pro Excellent syntax highlighting
Kdevelop has very smart syntax and semantic syntax highlighting.
Pro Real-time static analysis
Kdevelop has a pretty powerful and sophisticated implementation of static analysis for Python. It's capable of pretty good type inference, tracking types and the expected groking of inheritance trees.
Con High entry price
Price is starting from $39 per user for the most basic configuration.
Con Works with no problems only on Linux
KDevelop is an IDE for the KDE platform. Even though it's cross-platform, it's mostly targeted at Linux systems and the versions for other operating systems are highly experimental.