[Python-mode] coding in emacs 23
bernhard.herzog at intevation.de
Wed Jan 27 10:09:29 CET 2010
On 27.01.2010, Jeff Bauer wrote:
> After upgrading to emac23, I noticed one big
> difference in editing python code ... or, well
> editing anything.
> 1 One-really-long-line-of-text-and-newline
> 2 -doesn't-appear-until-full-stop-HERE.
> 3 Second-line-of-code
> It used to be if my cursor was positioned on
> (0,1) and I pressed ^N, the cursor would jump
> down to the second line of code (0,3). Now it
> goes to (0,2) which is still considered (0,50).
That's a new default in Emacs 23 called visual line mode IIRC.
You can get the old behavior back with the following setting in ~/.emacs:
(setq line-move-visual nil)
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