According to the tutorial it might be possible to make the script automatically executable by adding #! /usr/bin/env python at the start. If this and chmod +x script.py isn't working do I need a different program or do I just do anything wrong? I'm running in debian kde but the script works if I just do ' python script.py'
In windows it was possible to make a textpad like interface via new in idle so you can type the script without those >>> and ... lines the interpreter adds to it. Is the linux way using a normal text editor for this (text editor gives the syntax in color when the script's extension is .py)? Like is it even handy to write immediately in the intrepreter if you want to create a program or is that just if you want to do something once and without saving?
Thanks for the help!