[Tutor] Optimally configuring Emacs for W7-64bit and Python

Brian van den Broek brian.van.den.broek at gmail.com
Tue May 22 10:58:49 CEST 2012

On 22 May 2012 06:58, "boB Stepp" <robertvstepp at gmail.com> wrote:
> Many thanks for all of the helpful input to my original questions. The
> deciding factors came down to the fact that GNU Emacs, vintage year
> 2001, is available on the Sun Blade at work, I already own the book
> "Learning GNU Emacs" and it would be nice to have my fingers trained
> the same way for both work and home study.
> What is the best way for me to get my W7-64bit laptop configured for
> Python programming? My consultations with the Google oracle have
> yielded inconclusive results this evening, though I confess I am quite
> tired, so I may be missing the obvious.


Having been the emacs advocate, I feel some obligation to try to help.
However, 1) my last Windows use is a dim memory, and 2) I am just now
embarking on a period of travel and uncertain connectivity. So, apologies,
but I will not be able to provide much (any?) help in the immediate future.

(If emacs seems like you will stick to it, do have a look at orgmode.)

Best and good luck,

Brian vdB
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