[SciPy-user] Python mode in emacs 22 (Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon)

Ryan Krauss ryanlists@gmail....
Sun Oct 21 23:11:11 CDT 2007


It seems like emacs 21 was left installed and all that really had to
be done was to change the symbolic link in /usr/bin to point to
emacs21-x (after reinstalling python-mode).  So, the switch back was
fairly painless in my experience.

On 10/21/07, Carl Trachte <ctrachte@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't have a solution, but I have experienced the same things with
> emacs22.  For indenting I've been using the space key.  For commenting out,
> I've been using rectangle editing (move the section over 3 spaces, then fill
> with # characters).  I really ought to write shortcuts for these actions or
> switch back to emacs21 like you suggested.
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> On 10/21/07, Ryan Krauss <ryanlists@gmail.com> wrote:
> > O.K. something in my .emacs file was causing my problem.  I renamed it
> > so it wouldn't load and deleted the .emacs.elc file and the file
> > loaded correctly with the new built-in Python mode.  But it doesn't
> > seem as powerful.  It doesn't scan for functions and classes and it
> > doesn't auto-indent in for loops.  I think I have to remove emacs22
> > and roll back to 21 and reinstall the other python-mode, unless
> > someone has a better solution.
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