Hi! A new release of Pymacs is available as:
Pymacs allows Emacs users to extend Emacs using Python, where they might have traditionally used Emacs LISP. Pymacs runs on systems having sub-processes.
The oldish `import pymacs; from pymacs import lisp' interface is gone. The usual interface is definitely `from Pymacs import lisp'. The `setup' script has been reduced even more, it now only takes care of installing the Emacs Lisp side of Pymacs. The Distutils `setup.py' script does the rest. So, the `-P', `-b', `-p' and `-x' options of `setup' are gone. Syver also gave me a few hints about how to modify `setup' for Win32 systems.
Some tuning was needed for Python 2.2 hexadecimal escape sequences, which Emacs does not grok in some cases. This is the reason for this release.