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outline.el usage?

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A Google search here for folding Python code in Emacs pointed to
outline.el, but when I try to use some *-hide-* commands I get "Wrong
type argument: stringp, nil". The header of the file has no
introduction. What is the basic configuration for Python and what's
the basic usage?

-- fxn
Jul 18 '05 #1
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fx*@hashref.com (Xavier Noria) wrote in message news:<31**************************@posting.google. com>...
A Google search here for folding Python code in Emacs pointed to
outline.el


I am sorry, I meant the question to be about outdent.el, not outline.el.

-- fxn
Jul 18 '05 #2

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fx*@hashref.com (Xavier Noria) wrote in message news:<31**************************@posting.google. com>...
A Google search here for folding Python code in Emacs pointed to
outline.el, but when I try to use some *-hide-* commands I get "Wrong
type argument: stringp, nil". The header of the file has no
introduction. What is the basic configuration for Python and what's
the basic usage?


I am sorry twice: on one hand I meant outdent.el, and on the other
hand the problem was that I had a compiled .emacs I had completely
forgotten.

Now is working.

-- fxn
Jul 18 '05 #3

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