Hi! A new release of Pymacs is available as:
(Beware: the capital `P' was a lower case `p' in previous announcements.)
Pymacs allows Emacs users to extend Emacs using Python, where they might have traditionally used Emacs LISP. Pymacs runs on systems having sub-processes.
No bugs were reported against the Pymacs proper. So, I got to risk some new ones :-). There is no real need to upgrade, but testers are welcome.
As previously announced, Pymacs is now to be invoked by:
from Pymacs import lisp, Let
import pymacs from pymacs import lisp Let = pymacs.Let
The goal is to turn Pymacs into a more genuine Python package, in the spirit of Distutils. A tiny module gets installed so the previous methods work, be warned that this compatibility module will disappear in some later release.
The various `push' methods of the `Let' class now return the `Let' instance they act upon. This eases chaining pushes while creating such an instance.
Finally, the `rebox.py' example had two bugs corrected, one about unusual argument flags, the other for older versions of Python.
Keep happy! Enjoy, enjoy! :-)