I'm looking for a Python IDE where I can write Python files and run them without having to save the files to the disk.
(Perhaps an IDE where I can have multiple tabs open, each with a different Python file.)
Most IDEs which I've tried do force the user to save the code to a file before running it, so if you know of an IDE that doesn't, I'd love to hear about it.
(Note that I am not looking for a Python interpreter.)
Thank you in advance.
Note 1: Technically, such an IDE will most likely save a temporary file to the disk. Obviously, this is acceptable.
Note 2: The motivation for my request is to be able to write short or disposable pieces of code without having to bother with coming up with a filename and location for each and every one of them.
Note 3: I do know that the PyScripter IDE does exactly what I described, but I'd like to try something new (as it is not a very active project).