[Python-mode] py-next-statement, py-previous-statement
andreas.roehler at online.de
Fri Jan 23 08:00:52 CET 2009
skip at pobox.com wrote:
> Andreas> what about putting cursor with
> Andreas> `py-next-statement' and `py-previous-statement'
> Andreas> at first char on line instead of bol?
> Andreas> Committed it, so you may try...
> I've personally never used either command before. I suppose the changed
> behavior would be fine. If, however, I am on a line with an elif it might
> be useful to have it back up to the preceeding elif or if clause instead of
> moving up one simple statement or clause at a time.
That's not implemented AFAIS yet, but I'll go onto it.
How to name it?
py-previous-condition, resp. py-next-condition?
Would implement it that way, it only looks inside of current
loop, going to beg or end of loop if no further result.
(Just a thought.)
Thanks a lot. That's just that kind of thoughts which are helpful.
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