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Put the following into your initialization file: (setq py-install-directory "PATH/TO/PYTHON-MODE/") (add-to-list 'load-path py-install-directory) (require 'python-mode) To enable code completion: (setq py-load-pymacs-p t) To use auto-complete, just prepend the following lines: (require 'auto-complete-config) (ac-config-default) or for company: (autoload 'company-mode "company" nil t) If you do not use one of those visual completion interfaces, key bindings exist: - C-tab complete symbol - f1 show help - S-f1 show signature - f2 go to If `py-complete-function' is set, it takes precedence ;;;;;;;;; Customize default Python shell as `py-shell-name' `py-shell-name' might be an installed executable as shell command `type' would display, but also a PATH/TO/(I)PYTHON, of a virtualenv for example To change the Python default shell see also INSTALL Most python-mode.el commands start with prefix `py-' `M-x py- TAB' displays a list of them in completion-buffer. See also commands list delivered in directory doc. List virtualenv related `M-x virtualenv- TAB' resp. Pymacs commands `M-x pymacs-' Commands related to a specific shell start with it's name as `ipython-complete'. Open an installed shell by M-x SHELL With prefix C-u user is prompted to specify a PATH-TO-LOCAL-SHELL Also evaluating (py-shell nil DEDICATED PATH-TO-LOCAL-SHELL) if DEDICATED is set to `t', shell will get an unique name. Install a local shell by evaluating (defun MY-LOCAL-SHELL () (interactive) (py-shell nil DEDICATED PATH-TO-LOCAL-SHELL)) ;;;;;;;;; smart-operator minor mode for example with key "+" inserts " + " smart-operator extended by augmented-assigments C-u + inserts " += " customizable boolean `py-smart-operator-mode-p' ;;;;;;;;; Beside common moves like `defun', `statement' specific Python-mode edits are delivered: `py-expression' and `py-partial-expression'. Statement below is considered composed of two `py-expression' a = ['spam', 'eggs', 100, 1234] |_| |_________________________| Assigment operator and all inside comments is ignored. `py-partial-expression' would match six sections a = ['spam', 'eggs', 100, 1234] |_| |_____| |____| |__| |__| |_________________________| When traversing code, `py-partial-expression' climbs down and up all levels encountered, i.e. at opening `[' `py-expression' would return ['spam', 'eggs', 100, 1234], while one char behind at `'' it yields `'spam',' - py-sexp-function, When set, it's value is called instead of `forward-sexp', `backward-sexp Choices are py-partial-expression, py-expression, default nil ;;;;;;;;; Moving, copying, deleting When moving over or mark code, commands with suffix "-bol" take the correspond beginning of line as start resp. end. Commands without that suffix take the indentation at the beginning resp. the last printable character the end - see in menu PyEdit whats implemented. While commands "py-beginning..." resp. "py-end..." compute the context, selecting the corresponding beginning or end new "py-up...", "py-down..." jump regexp-based to the next element in buffer. Listed in PyMenu.