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Re: Connecting Emacs to Python in Windows XP


From: rasmith
Subject: Re: Connecting Emacs to Python in Windows XP
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 13:51:58 -0500 (CDT)

From: Roberto Gerardi <address@hidden>
Subject: Connecting Emacs to Python in Windows XP
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2010 12:53:26 -0400

> Hi,
> 
> I've downloaded Emacs 2.3 and Python 3.0. 

 Would that be Emacs 23.1? 2.3 is genuinely ancient.

>I'm totally new with this,
> so I could not run python programs from Emacs. Is there any set up or
> extra file I have to download and install to link Emacs with Python?

Is the file python.el on your system?  Try 

M-x load-library RET python RET

If you see the message 'Loading python ... done', then it is.  

This defines  the commands python-mode, run-python, python-shell.  For
their descrptions: 

C-h f python-mode RET (and so on)

Invoke by M-x python-mode RET, etc.

(If you're totally new to emacs, 'C-h' means 'Ctrl-h', 'M-x' means
'Meta-x' (and the 'Meta' key is probably one of your Alt keys).


Robin Smith




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