Can I run a python program from within emacs?

Michael Wieher michael.wieher at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 16:43:57 CET 2008


Well, I suppose you could.  But why bother with learing emacs when you'll
have to switch to vim later anyway?

2008/3/20, jmDesktop <needin4mation at gmail.com>:
>
> Hi, I'm trying to learn Python.  I using Aquamac an emac
> implementation with mac os x.  I have a program.  If I go to the
> command prompt and type pythong myprog.py, it works.  Can the program
> be run from within the editor or is that not how development is done?
> I ask because I was using Visual Studio with C# and, if you're
> familiar, you just hit run and it works.  On Python do I use the
> editor for editing only and then run the program from the command
> line?  Thank you.
>
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