pinard at iro.umontreal.ca
Tue Jan 8 02:15:50 EST 2002
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 `rebox.py' example, in the distribution, had been much reorganised
internally. A few bugs have also been corrected. Thanks to testers!
Pymacs now specifies repr() and str() for pymacs.Lisp and pymacs.Symbol
objects. repr() yields a Python readable representation of the fully
expanded LISP object. str() yields a LISP readable representation able
to connect to the original LISP object: this should be particularly useful
for formatting LISP handles into the argument of various lisp() requests.
`pymacs.py' itself has been modified to take good advantage of this.
François Pinard http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~pinard
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