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Is there a way to disable the IDE from automatically rebuilding a project while typing?

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Yes on your account page
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hehe Jared Broad where does your manager regarding sotware quality put this info into the documentation in the section "developing in the IDE" ? 

hehe sorry for that stupid question :) :) :) :) :) :)

but very important info for some poeple as it came few times........

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It would also be nice to optioinally disable auto-complete as it seems to make requests back to QC and can significantly slow down coding. Notepad++ with copy/paste is a less convenient alternative.

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check also ATOM https://atom.io/  or microsoft vs code 

https://code.visualstudio.com/
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@Michael - I've used both. I'm not a big fan of VS with python. Anaconda (Spyder) executes much faster. Notepad++ is very lightweight and starts almost instantly.

I also got the plugin working with Visual Studio. It is nice but I use multiple different computers and don't have it installed everywhere.

Sometimes web editing is the most convenient. As an observation, I've always just used the Quantopian web editor and never had any performance issues.

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Hi,

New here at QuantConnect. I'm wondering are there any guide or tutorial on how to setup a local environment with Atom och VS for coding QuantConnect with Python.

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Count me in. With Visual Studio for C# I did not succeed. In Visual Studio Code I could not use nuget in the package console manager. For Visual Studio Code you need to get the Python extensions. I did not further investigate as I could not get it to compile.

So now back to VS2017 Professional trying to setup for Python. C# is working, not a problem. Python 3.6 is installed on the C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\Shared\Python36_64 path with Python Tools.

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