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Wed Mar 17 01:49:16 CET 2010
On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 5:12 PM, Barry Warsaw <barry at python.org> wrote:
> On Mar 16, 2010, at 04:19 PM, m h wrote:
>>Well, that one could use some work too. My thought was to have a page
>>that just lists a table with rows for features and 2 columns,
>>python.el and python-mode.el. Then below perhaps some discussion
>>about why one would use one versus the other. When new people come to
>>the python/emacs world it is confusing (to say the least that there
>>are two modes), and there isn't anywhere that explains the features of
>>The page you point isn't really python "mode" specific anymore. It is
>>more of using Python and emacs together for various features (some of
>>which are in python(-mode).el, and some aren't).
> I guess the question is, if the page you describe (which I agree would be good
> to have) is not on the EmacsWiki, where would it be? Isn't that likely to be
> the first place people would search for such a page?
I think you are right. The topic of that page is "using emacs with
Python development". A subset of which is a Python mode to choose. I
guess I would prefer a "Python with Emacs" that contains a much
cleaned up version of the current "python-mode" page, and a "python.el
vs python-mode.el" page as I have described....
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