Unfortunately my co-workers are somehow content with PyDev. How do I convince my manager that it's worth it to get me a commercial license? Talking points against PyDev is what I have in mind.
This is what I have so far:
- vim mode (one of the best)
- code completion that's way faster/smarter/more useful (likely completions are always towards the top of the list)
- faster/smarter/better code navigation methods
- test runner & debugger integration w/ a variety of runners, including pytest... good enough for me to actually want to use my IDE's features for these actions rather than a terminal.
- ... with coverage reports
- top notch, native git integration
- all the great things like 'import this name', code reformatting, import optimizing, smart renaming (objects in code & files both) – all of which are faster than those in PyDev, and easier to use
- better virtualenv support