[Tutor] can't see emacs timer in action
ajikoe at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 11:11:14 CEST 2005
If we always start interpreter everytime we want to run python in
emacs/xemacs, is it counter productive? I usually have to clean the
buffer/output pane before running my program, so I always do this to
start my program:
C-c ! to start the interpreter
C-c o to change my windows
C-c C-c to run the program
C-x k ENTER to close it
C-c o to change my editor again
C-c ! to start the interpreter again
This is one cycle of running.
Is that normal ???
What is the difference between running C-c C-c directly and running it
after the interpreter?
I need to make shortcut for starting interpreter do you have any idea.
For this moment I use SciTE and I want to learn using xemacs.
Thanks in advance,
On 6/15/05, Danny Yoo <dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Jun 2005, Pujo Aji wrote:
> > Thanks Danny,
> > Btw, I use xemacs now does it has folding class and method capabilities?
> Hi Pujo,
> [Note: in replies, please make sure to put tutor at python.org in CC.]
> According to:
> Yes. *grin*
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