Using an IDE or a Text Editor

As you know when you initialize an environment with Meco™, all required environment variables are automatically set by time of initialization. This includes PYTHONPATH variable where all the paths our Python modules and packages are stored.

Launch an IDE, or a text editor in the command line where you've initialized a development environment and open your development environment as your project folder. Your development environment path would look like;


Once you start developing in Python, you’ll see that all Python objects are auto-completed since even modern text editors offer auto-completion by using environment paths. Since PYTHONPATH environment variable we mentioned earlier set by Meco™, your IDE or text editor recognize them and provide you an intuitive way of working, so you wouldn’t have to set PYTHONPATH environment variable manually in your IDE or text editor.