When comparing Komodo Edit vs Wing Python IDE, the Slant community recommends Wing Python IDE for most people. In the question“What are the best Python IDEs or editors?” Wing Python IDE is ranked 11th while Komodo Edit is ranked 25th.
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Pro Has built-in FTP
Komodo Edit has a built-in FTP client which allows developers to access remotely hosted files.
Pro Free and open-source
Komodo Edit is the free and open-source counterpart of Komodo IDE.
Pro Vim support
Komodo Edit has support for a limited Vim mode.
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 Totally programmable keystroke shortcuts
Pro Debugging in threads
Pro Totally worth the price -- it's a steal, in fact
Pro Customizable plug-ins if desired
Pro VI and Emacs editor modes
Pro Advanced debugging features (multi-process, remote, recursive)
Pro Super-flexible macro capabilities
Con Not very lightweight
Komodo Edit is not very lightweight and that can slow it down during startup.
Con Adds project files to project code
Con Little support for other languages
Con High entry price
Price is starting from $39 per user for the most basic configuration.