[Tutor] can't see emacs timer in action
alan.gauld at freenet.co.uk
Thu Jun 16 23:00:06 CEST 2005
> buffer/output pane before running my program, so I always do
> this to start my program:
> ...6 steps listed
> This is one cycle of running.
> Is that normal ???
I doubt it, I've never user python mode in emacs but I have
used SQL and C++ modes and usually you just call C-c C-c from
the code window and the rest all happens magically.
But even if you do have to do all of that the sionple solution
is to record it as a macro
keys to press here
You can execute it again with
And you can save it so that it will be available next time
you start emacs. You can also bind it to a shortcut of your
own - after all this is emacs you can do anything! :-)
> I need to make shortcut for starting interpreter do you have any
record and save a macro
M-x apropos macro
is your friend...
A one time emacs user...
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