Adam 'Vonlia' Seyfarth
adam.seyfarth at home.com
Wed Aug 8 17:50:03 CEST 2001
On Wed, 8 Aug 2001, Erik Max Francis wrote:
> Adam 'Vonlia' Seyfarth wrote:
> > You Emacs users, you've been boasting about "X/Emacs's Python
> > mode". First of all, you said you didn't like Vi because it was
> > modal.
> > Secondly, Vim has a Python environment. Ie, with vim you can get
> > syntax
> > highlighting for Python, and automatic indenting for Python. What
> > more
> > could you want?
> So use it if you like it. No one's forcing you.
Yes, I know, (I am) but I thought python.org could provide links to (or
at least tell about) all (or "most") of the editors that have a Python
environment. This would benifet people, like me, who thought for a
second that I would have to give up Vi for Emacs just to edit Python
code, following the indenting standards (depressing). Does anybody know
of another editor that has Python stuff (or a file that enables Python
stuff)? I think I heard that Zeus does...
(note: I had another reason for sending the last one, I wanted to know
what else Emacs in Python mode could do.)
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