starting a python program from within xemacs
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Tue Mar 26 05:36:22 CET 2002
>>>>> "Marco" == Marco Herrn <herrn at gmx.net> writes:
Marco> sorry if this is the wrong newsgroup to ask, but I tried in
Marco> comp.emacs.xemacs and nobody could help me, probably
Marco> because too few people there code in python :-)
Oh, I think it's unlikely that that is the problem. For starters you
waited less than 16 hours for an answer. But most likely because you
omitted important information:
Marco> Because I use curses, a C-c C-c doesn't work because the
Marco> xemacs output window isn't capable of using curses.
You didn't mention C-c C-c, so obviously people were led to answer a
(defun marco/py-execute-in-xterm ()
(shell-command (concat "xterm -e 'python "
(define-key py-mode-map [(control c) c] #'marco/py-execute-in-xterm)
probably sorta kinda does what you want. If you want to override the
normal C-c C-c, change the second element of the vector to (control c).
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