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[Fwd: Re: python setup ?]

Andreas Röhler
Hi Thierry,

thanks for the help. Forwarded it to [hidden email] and will
see, if we get it into the archive at launchpad. (BTW  seeing no
contradiction towards emacs-wiki, just different tools /possibilities.
Vive la difference!)


Andreas

Hi Richard,

Richard Riley <[hidden email]> writes:

> Andreas Röhler <[hidden email]> writes:
>
>> Richard Riley wrote:
>>> Andreas Röhler <[hidden email]> writes:
>>>
>>>  
>>>> Richard Riley wrote:
>>>>    
>>>>> Richard Riley <[hidden email]> writes:
>>>>>
>>>>>  
>>>>>      
>>>>>> Xavier Maillard <[hidden email]> writes:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>    
>>>>>>        
>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I am starting to do some work with python. I am looking for
>>>>>>> options/setups to introduce into my .emacs file to have the best
>>>>>>> experience possible with this scripting language.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Where should I start ?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Regards
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Xavier
>>>>>>>      
>>>>>>>          
>>>>>> I played with some python options last year and it was, unfortunately,
>>>>>> rather messy. There were some conflicts between packages any python
>>>>>> versions. For what its worth, the following was working back when with
>>>>>> emacs 23:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/PythonMode#toc11
>>>>>> http://richardriley.net/projects/emacs/dotprogramming#sec-1.3
>>>>>>
>>>>>> It includes autocompletion from autocomplete using pysmell. Another
>>>>>> possible integration for eclim and the eclipse engine I would have
>>>>>> thought.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The iPython bit is commented out - I can't remember why off the top of
>>>>>> my head.  The pymacs git repository seems dead too unfortunately.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The python-mode used is 5.1.0.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>    
>>>>>>        
>>>>> Just to follow up, I re-enabled the ipython bit and it worked fine. I
>>>>> had ipython 0.9.1 installed.
>>>>>
>>>>> The python config (for Linux) is then done in
>>>>> ~/.ipython/ipy_user_conf.py
>>>>>
>>>>>  
>>>>>      
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I've changed python-mode a little bit.
>>>> Purpose was to make movements a little bit easier,
>>>> more predictible.
>>>>
>>>> Comments welcome.
>>>>
>>>> BTW have a look at pydb from Rocky Bernstein, if not done already.
>>>>
>>>> Andreas
>>>>    
>>>
>>> I see you have a pycomplete. Nicholaj Schum has jus put together a
>>> company mode backend for pysmell. How does pycomplete compare to
>>> pysmell?
I use this actually:
http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.help/50837/match=pycomplete

That is the only pycomplete that work fine for me, it's really nice, the
author should put it on emacswiki or send it as a patch for python-mode
package.
 
The pycomplete that come with python-mode doesn't work for me.

I don't know pysmell, and i don't use company, auto-complete etc...

>>
>> Thats part of the package kept by Barry Warsaw.  Made a branch from it,
>> but changed only python-mode.el.
>>
>> I'm not sure to keep this files in my branch or not.
>>
>> Nonetheless, thanks for your question. I shall have a look at it and try
>> an answer next days.
>>
>> BTW as more things are at stake as python-mode.el, what would you think
>> about an archiv
>> emacs-python, where all the stuff to edit python-code with emacs is
>> collected?
>
> To be honest, my feeling is that the last thing anyone needs is yet
> another python place. The wiki is already a mess of questions and
> answers and mode specific difficulties. Tie that in with emacs 23/22 and
> ipython or not, the numerous ways you can do python completion etc, it
> needs to be simplified not extended.
>
> Thanks for the heads up about pydb btw, nice.
>
>>
>> For me Launchpad seems perfect for such a thing with its email- and
>> bug-report-integration.
>>
>> There we could discuss the probably best emacs-python configuration -
>> which will change,
>> if someone brings up new things.
>
> I think the emacs wiki is best for this stuff purely because its "there"
> and there are numerous utilities to integrate emacs with emacs wiki
> pages. Just keep links to relevant pages.
>
> You might be right : point the wiki to launchpad and remove all the out
> of date stuff. What do others think?
>
>>
>>
>> Andreas
>>
>>
>>
>>>
>>>  
>>>> --
>>>> http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~a-roehler/python-mode/python-mode.el/files
>>>> https://code.launchpad.net/s-x-emacs-werkstatt/
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>    
>>>
>>>  
>>
>>
>>
--
A + Thierry Volpiatto
Location: Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer - France





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