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  1. Hi everyone, Microsoft 3 years ago in 2011 released the first version of the Python Tools for Visual Studio and they are still working on it,. Now everybody thinking how is it better to use Visual Studio instead of Notepad++? My opinions are: Better Syntax highlighting IntelliSense Many useful options like these: Go To Definition, Find All References Visual Studio GUI is amazing, It's dream to work with it Example of the Syntax highlighting: Example of the Find All References: Example of the IntelliSense: How to download & install: Go to the Python Tools for Visual Studio Codeplex page and follow the tutorial or just follow these steps: 1. Download Visual Studio, Express version does not supported! 2. Install PTVS for for your Visual Studio version: 2010, 2012, 2013 3. Install Python 2.7 That's all, now you are ready to import the py files: Extract root, locale and uiscript or anything you wan't and separate them to folders. Example: Open Visual Studio and create a new project using the "From Existing Python code" option. On the next window add the path of the 3 folders. Now click on Next and select Python 2.7 from the dropdown list. That's all, now Visual Studio creating your new project with the added files. If you have any question or suggestion, please just reply to this topic. Kind Regards, Sanchez
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