Sublime Text 3's syntax highlighting formats different Python keywords like 'class', 'def', and 'lambda' from other keywords like 'with', 'for', and 'if'. I find this helpful and aesthetically pleasing. I am looking for a Python IDE that supports this feature. I have not been able to find this feature in PyCharm, Komodo, or PyDev, and I am afraid that these editors simply cannot differentiate Python keywords; they end up formatting all Python keywords as the same for syntax highlighting.

  • And your erason for not using Sublime Text 3 is? – Mawg says reinstate Monica Jan 5 '17 at 15:24
  • Which operating system? Must it be free, or do you have a budget? Welcome aboard. The more that you help us, the more that we can help you. Please see How to Ask. – Mawg says reinstate Monica Jan 5 '17 at 15:26

This keyword differing was done in CudaText, SynWrite editors. Both apps have some IDE features, for few languages, e.g. Python Intel plugin for Python.

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