special editor support for indentation needed.
Eric S. Johansson
esj at harvee.org
Tue Nov 18 21:18:26 CET 2008
Andreas Roehler wrote:
> IMO Jeremiah Dodds is right. With all the time spent on this discussion, you
> could write the needed function in elisp probably. BTW your request seems
> reasonable. Other python programmers may use it too.
I tried learning lisp about 15 years ago. even bought a copy of the little
lisper. after a few days, I gave up because there was just too much learning
curve for the reward. I know that sounds a touch arrogant but in truth, I'd
prefer to put my energy into building a better bridge between NaturallySpeaking
and linux apps. bigger pay off helping more people. with reguard to emacs
changes I hope for and would appreciate it if someone would partner up with me
and help build these (and other) changes into python mode. I will also point
out that if another IDE is better suited, I'm open to that too.
> Anyway you should tell, which python-mode and which Emacs you use if any.
This is GNU Emacs 126.96.36.199 (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600)
of 2008-09-08 on LENNART-69DE564 (patched)
and I'm using the python mode that came with emacs. no version number but...
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> Andreas Röhler
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