[Tutor] can't see emacs timer in action

Pujo Aji ajikoe at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 10:17:24 CEST 2005

Hello Alan,

thanks for the advice,

but I don't understand why xemacs doesn't fix C-c C-c so we don't have
to do such many things. in fact C-c C-c is fail to represent the well
'run' behaviour of python ?
It would be nice to people who use python get the same benefit of
typing C-c C-c  and get the result it supposed to have in other

On 6/16/05, Alan G <alan.gauld at freenet.co.uk> wrote:
> > 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
> C-x (
> keys to press here
> C-x )
> You can execute it again with
> C-x e
> 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
> idea.
> record and save a macro
> M-x apropos macro
> is your friend...
> Alan G.
> A one time emacs user...

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