|Subject:||[Smith, Christopher - CTR] python.el|
|Date:||Fri, 13 Aug 2004 17:10:00 +0100|
|User-agent:||Gnus/5.1002 (Gnus v5.10.2) Emacs/21.2 (gnu/linux)|
I'm forwarding this to the bug address. It's best to send things there initially. I can't work on it anyway, sorry, but thanks for the feedback. If rlcompleter (?) isn't generally available, and that makes loading emacs.py fall over, perhaps a Python hacker could make it degrade gracefully. In that case it should just not provide completion, I suppose. It perhaps also needs additional grace if the Python version isn't high enough, but I don't know what is high enough. Perhaps someone can look at that too. I don't use hs-minor-mode, but I'm sure it's fins to add. There is outline support, and I'd have guessed, without thinking about it much, that hideshow should be able to use that in the absence of explicit support. I don't know what PyMacs is. [Commiserations on the Lose2000, with which I can now sympathize. Perhaps you could persuade it to avoid sending `HTML' multipart mail, though.]
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Subject: python.el Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 10:49:46 -0400
I was trying out subject file under Lose2000 at work with CVS emacs and Python 2.3.3, and encountered the typical no-joy experience one has with ‘Doze.
I moved the emacs.py file into /Lib in the python directory
I acquired readline.py from
Unfortunately, it required MSVC6.0 to compile an extension, so I was beat.
There was an executable download, but it required admin privileges to install. So I was beat.
However, the older python-mode.el works OK, so I guess I'll use that.
I’d prefer to stick with the emacs distribution stuff, but I’m not skilled enough yet to remove this readline.py dependency.
Two other items of interest would be integrating hs-minor-mode, and PyMacs
Chris Smith, FSF #2221
Description: Smith, Christopher - CTR.vcf
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