Tutorial on how to use Emacs to program Python

Martin Christensen knightsofspamalot-factotum at gvdnet.dk
Mon Feb 24 00:08:33 CET 2003


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>>>>> "Peter" == Peter Wu <peterwu at hotmail.com> writes:
Peter> What if there are many users on a machine? They'd have to carry
Peter> their own .emacs files to enable Python-mode. Why can't we just
Peter> do something so that the Python-mode can be automatically
Peter> launched just like cc-mode or else?

You could just add python-mode.el to your site Lisp repository, which
usually lives in /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp or something similar. Then
modify your site initialisation file to associate python-mode with .py
files as you have with your local .emacs. It's really quite simple.

Martin

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