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Python Development Emacs Environment
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* Welcome to Python Development Emacs Environment - PDEE Originating from Grabriele Lanaros's `emacs-for-python', PDEE collects and customizes resources reachable from Emacs to obtain a really modern and exciting (yet stable) way to edit Python files. ** Features Coming with a bunch of files, PDEE makes it easy to run what's needed. *** Python Related - Ropemacs (Custom) : A refactoring library - Auto Completion with rope (Custom) : Tested to work well with Rope - Flymake + pyflakes (Custom): Highlight errors on the fly, improved from the standard version - Virtualenv : Original, In-development tool for using virtualenv in Emacs. - Custom Yasnippet Snippets - Cython Mode: a mode for highlighting cython files - Choice of available basic python-modes. *** Editing Packages - Open Next Line: C-o will open a line under the cursor (very similar to vim o) - Auto Completion: Auto complete anything in Emacs - Yasnippet: Snippets on steroids - Parentheses pairing (Custom): Bug-free parentheses pairing using skeletons. - smart-operator: Automatically adds spaces around arithmetic operators. - code folding ** Installation Make sure, the path is set and the PDEE init file gets loaded, add these lines to your Emacs initialisation file: (add-to-list 'load-path "path/to/pdee/") (defvar pdee-install-dir "path/to/pdee/") (load-file "/path/to/pdee/pdee-init.el") Maybe have a look at the following issues too *** Configuring the _flymake_ checker To configure the pyflakes checker install it and put in your customization file (.emacs): (pdee-setup-checker "pyflakes %f") Obviously you can substitute the ``"pyflakes %f"`` with wathever you want, you just have to keep in mind that ``%f`` will be substituted with the file which is being checked. *** Adding the django snippets The django snippets comes as an option, you can load them using: (pdee-django-snippets) ** License This is mostly a distribution with some little tweaks, with respect of the licenses, my tweaks are distributed according to the term of the GNU GPL license, described in the file COPYING. Generally each file has its own license and copyright notice (most, if not all of packages are GPL), the license of rope (GPL) is in rope-dist/COPYING.