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python/python output buffers

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I'm having a little problem while using python mode. I'm used to hit
C-c C-c and have a Python Output buffer opened with the output. Now,
on Ubuntu 7.10 and 8.04, C-c C-c sends to the Python buffer that is
not raised in a window. I need to hit C-c C-z to see it.

First of all I'm puzzled and would like to understand what makes the
difference. I guess is some defaults that changed in the system

What makes the difference between the two behaviors?

Thanks in advance
Aug 15 '08 #1
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This has been the subject of a recent thread here. Emacs now ships with
a different python mode named python.el. You'll have to manually
(re)install the original python-mode.el.

Thanks. I did search for it and got lost in too many different post on
python mode... Now I found it.

Aug 15 '08 #2

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