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KDE Development Environment

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Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  3355
Submitted:  Jun 3 2007
Updated:  Oct 27 2014


Eric4 is a Python IDE written using PyQt4 and QScintilla2. It has integrated project management capabilities, it gives you an unlimited number of editors, an integrated Python shell, an integrated debugger, integrated interfaces to Subversion and CVS, an integrated refactoring browser, integrated unittest and much more.

Eric4 is the successor of the well known eric3 development environment.


eric4 goes out of service. Please
upgrade to eric 5.5 or later.
Starting with this release eric
is usable with both Python3 and

Version 4.5.25
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.24
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.23
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.22
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.21
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.20
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.19
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.18
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.17
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.16
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.15
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.14
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.13
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.12
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.11
This release fixes a few bugs and includes these functional changes.
- introduced a configurable delay timer to get smoother sidebars behavior
- changed the line numbers margin to adjust themselves to the size needed (Editor, Mini Editor, Shell)

Version 4.5.10
This release fixes a few bugs and includes these functional changes.
- added support for the --fork-child and --fork-parent switches
- added support for more widgets in the code creation dialog
- changed the way multi line strings are shown in the value column of the variables viewer

Version 4.5.9
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.8
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.7
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.6
This is a bug fix release with this enhancement.

- added a filter edit to filter the configuration tree to the configuration dialog

Version 4.5.5
This is a bug fix release with these enhancements.

- added the configurable capability to automatically show the source, when the call frame is changed in the callstack viewer of the local variables viewer
- introduced a "workspace" directory that is used as the default for opening or saving new files or projects (configurable on Multiproject config page)

Version 4.5.4
This is a bug fix release with some enhancements to the Subversion interface.

Version 4.5.3
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.2
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.1
This is a bug fix release.

Version 4.5.0
Release 4.5.0 of eric includes all the bug fixes of eric 4.4.x and these new and enhanced functions.

- Improved highlighter styles configuration
- Added configurable file filters
- Added configuration option for new QScintilla releases
- Enhanced template auto-completion
- Added capability to change keywords of the highlighters

Email dialog:
- Added function to check the login data

- Added forms generation support for PySide and Python3 Qt projects

Subversion interfaces:
- Diff context menu entry for the status dialog
- Made status dialog more universal (you can add, remove, commit,... from it)
- Added a filter on status to the status dialog

- Enhanced source browser and source documentor

- Improved proxy configuration
- Added more default search engines
- Improved handling of mouse buttons 3 and 4 (back/forward in history)

This is the first version, that has official Mac OS X support.

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 Sourceforge bad link

 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 4 2007
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Points to a php showing some release notes rather than to the tarball.

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 Re: Sourceforge bad link

 by detlev on: Jun 5 2007
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Fixed. Thanks for the hint.

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 Re: Re: Sourceforge bad link

 by dovidhalevi on: Jul 21 2007
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Still a problem with 4.01.

This is a problem either with their html or certain browsers. Cursor over the program tar.gz filename shows the shownotes link except all the way at the bottom of this line of text. Then I can get it.

All the other filenames (the translations) work properly.

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 by karolus on: Jun 5 2007
Score 50%

I dont like it... not enough buttons on the toolbar

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 Re: meh

 by chrisKA on: May 4 2008
Score 50%

I do think you have a point, but let me add some words around this:
I do some programming in python, no need for much profiling, or lookup of API stuff or other nifty things. I do like to have code cleaning though, refactoring and all the nice and easy stuff Eclipse brings.

Eric on the one hand seems to have more options than any other IDE for Python.

But... On the other hand for a beginner or for somebody like me who only needs the basic stuff the GUI is way to overloaded and freaks you out once you installed the app. At least it did freak out me when I tried to use it.

I believe that GUI programming needs much more than simple software design. Actually ppl come up and do tests here, do tests there to finaly find out what users really want. It is rather a complex task to design the interface in a way the majority can approve of.


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 by troorl13 on: Jul 21 2007
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How about autocomplete all libraries, wich imported in file?

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 by hosein-mec on: Oct 3 2007
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i cant compile eric4 in ubuntu. because there isnot qscintilla2 package for ubuntu and debian!!!

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 Re: help

 by nixternal on: Oct 11 2009
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sudo apt-get build-dep eric


sudo apt-get install libqscintill2-dev

I build eric locally and also for the Ubuntu repos, so it can be done.

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 File Browser

 by and3k on: Jan 19 2008
Score 50%

eric4 is very nice, but i really miss a real file browser. eric4 can not create/move/copy/delete/refresh files and directories.

would be nice if anyone knows a workaround for this ...

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 Python 2.6 and 3.x

 by darkring on: Jun 6 2009
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Stupid Question :
How can I configure eric if I have two versions of python?

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