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python-mode question

When I edit a Python script with XEmacs, then hit C-c C-c, the script is
executed, the output is shown in a *Python Output* buffer, and the
cursor is moved into this buffer.

How can I change the behaviour so that the cursor stays where it was
before? I'm using Revision 4.29, if it matters.

Thanks,

Thomas
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Thomas> When I edit a Python script with XEmacs, then hit C-c C-c, the
Thomas> script is executed, the output is shown in a *Python Output*
Thomas> buffer, and the cursor is moved into this buffer.

Thomas> How can I change the behaviour so that the cursor stays where it
Thomas> was before? I'm using Revision 4.29, if it matters.

I'd class this behavior as a bug. It's not fixed in the latest version.
Can you file a bug report on SF <http://sf.net/projects/python>?

Thanks,

Skip
Jul 18 '05 #2
Skip Montanaro <sk**@pobox.com> writes:
Thomas> When I edit a Python script with XEmacs, then hit C-c C-c, the
Thomas> script is executed, the output is shown in a *Python Output*
Thomas> buffer, and the cursor is moved into this buffer.

Thomas> How can I change the behaviour so that the cursor stays where it
Thomas> was before? I'm using Revision 4.29, if it matters.

I'd class this behavior as a bug. It's not fixed in the latest version.
Can you file a bug report on SF <http://sf.net/projects/python>?


I assume you meant the python-mode project?

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index...16&atid=581349

Thomas
Jul 18 '05 #3

Thomas> I assume you meant the python-mode project?

Whoops. Yeah. Thanks.

Skip
Jul 18 '05 #4

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