some remarks being one of the python-mode.el developers and definitly
the cupable having merged the ipython.el stuff - thanks a lot to the
ipython.el people BTW.
The idea is to provide a solution already for the Emacs beginner, taking
the need for several customizations, loading across the net etc.
A Python-mode should assist all common flavors of Python right from the
Think we should be able to keep the modes compatible. Should you have
suggestions, how to design python-mode.el in order to meet your needs,
> It looks like there was some substantial activity in that github thread, but
> I couldn't find any references to the fixes mentioned in the thread in the
> mailing list archives for users or devs, nor a follow-up discussion.
> With this, I have a few, hopefully short questions:
> * What is the status of the fixes to ipython.el?
> * Is ipython.el now bundled withing the ipython package? Is there a site
> where I can track the progress in this direction? (the github thread above
> seems to be closed)
> * Does ipython.el need python-mode.el to work?
> Thanks so much for the great work.
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