Emacs and ELSE
andrew at indranet.co.nz
Sun Jan 5 13:22:11 CET 2003
It should say ELSE in the modeline.
The docs kind of assume you already know emacs.
Once you have the ELSE files in your load path, you need:
(add-hook 'python-mode-hook 'else-mode)
in your .emacs to automagically get ELSE turned on for python, and similar
add-hooks for the other languages it supports if you use those.
Then if you open a new .py file, ELSE will insert a tag like
for you at the top of the buffer. Point at it and type C-c / e and ELSE
will expand it into the template for a python file. If there are
alternative templates any time you type that key sequence, ELSE pops up a
menu to select them from. Emacs can also parse the provided else.info file
for you so you can navigate the docs, and always remember that C-h m lists
the current keybindings for all active modes in the current buffer!
(if you didn't have the add-hook, you could go M-x else-mode RET to
manually start ELSE in the current buffer)
--On Sunday, January 05, 2003 02:49:05 +0100 Dialtone
> Hi all. After reading the very long thread about Python editors under
> linux (and maybe also under windows), I've been trying out Emacs (I
> already know how to use Vim and GVim, and I may say I love them)...
> The main reason I'm trying emacs is because of the possibility to
> lauch the inpterpreter inside Emacs without external apps working and
> Well... I've followed all the instructions in both
> but I don't know if ELSE is working...
> How can I know this?
> anyway... I found only a sample.emacs file in my Xemacs/etc
> directory... since I did not find anything else I started with that
> one and at the end renamed it .emacs. It should be good anyway right?
> thx for the answers.
> try: troll = "Brain"
> except TypeError, data:
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