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Re: how to highlight block end in Python-mode indentation

From: Krishnakant
Subject: Re: how to highlight block end in Python-mode indentation
Date: Sun, 21 May 2017 16:46:24 +0530
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On Saturday 20 May 2017 12:48 AM, Tomas Nordin wrote:
Krishnakant <address@hidden> writes:


let's say I have my cursor on a def func():

I wish to know if there is a way to highlite where this indented block
of function ends?
Since some time back I have started using elpy-mode for python. As far
as I can remember it has this highlighting of indentation on per
default. If that is what you mean. I remember because in the beginning I
didn't like it, but now I do.

Right now I cannot remember what the variable or hook is to turn it on
and off. Elpy comes with other nice things, like M-. works out of the
box to jump to a definition of something.

I tryed it and seems that since I shifted from using space to tabs, the highlighting from within elpy is gone.
I think may be I will have to shift back to spaces any how.
Happy hacking.

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