Introduction


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Thanks for choosing Wingware's Wing IDE! This manual will help you get started and serves as a reference for the entire feature set of this product.

The manual is organized by major functional area of Wing IDE, including source code editor, project manager, source browser (Wing IDE Professional only), and debugger.

Several appendices document the entire command set, provide pointers to resources and tips for Wing and Python users, and list the full software license.

The rest of this chapter describes how to install and start using Wing IDE. If you hate reading manuals, you should be able to get started by reading this chapter only, or try the quick start guide or tutorial.

Key Concepts

Throughout this manual, key concepts, important notes, and non-obvious features are highlighted in the same way as this paragraph. If you are skimming only, look for these marks.

If you are reading this on our website, please note that the entire content of this manual is also available within Wing IDE through the Help menu. That form includes links into Wing's functionality so can be more convenient to use.

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Section Contents

1.0. Product Levels
1.1. Licenses
1.2. Supported Platforms
1.3. Supported Python versions
1.4. Technical Support
1.5. Prerequisites for Installation
1.6. Installing
1.7. Running the IDE
1.8. Installing your License
1.9. User Settings Directory
1.10. Upgrading
   1.10.0. Migrating from older versions of Wing
   1.10.1. Fixing a Failed Upgrade
1.11. Installation Details and Options
   1.11.0. Linux Installation Notes
   1.11.1. Installing Extra Documentation
   1.11.2. Source Code Installation
1.12. Removing Wing IDE
1.13. Command Line Usage