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791. By Andreas Roehler

`py-execute-import-or-reload' python3 bug, lp:923575, again

790. By Andreas Roehler

`py-execute-region-switch' fixed

`py-ask-about-save' previous prodeeding restored,
as used by `py-execute-import-or-reload', saving
possibly edited buffers before reload is reasonable

789. By Andreas Roehler

`py-execute-import-or-reload', python3, lp:923575

new commands:

788. By Andreas Roehler

doc/commands-python-mode.org again

787. By Andreas Roehler

doc/commands-python-mode.org updated

786. By Andreas Roehler

README updated

785. By Andreas Roehler

`py-forward-into-nomenclature', lp:919540

Am 29.01.2012 09:35, schrieb Georg Brandl:
> Another thing: forward-word stops at the *ends* of words. py-forward-
> into-nomenclature now stops at the beginnings of words. E.g.:
> def doSomething(blah)
> from the beginning of the line it should stop at " ", "S", "(", ")"

784. By Andreas Roehler

new commands `indent-tabs-mode', `toggle-indent-tabs-mode',
  `indent-tabs-mode-on', `indent-tabs-mode-off'

`tab-width' now follows `py-indent-offset'

feature after a request at Stack Exchange asked Jul
13 '11 at 13:23 saying:

How to make Emacs Python mode generate TABs for indent?

I'm working with a bunch of Python programmers who use
vim and they make Python using TABs for indent. I use
Emacs with python-mode which translates the tab key to 4
spaces (like it should, but never mind). Since I don't
want to cause trouble I want to add something to my
.emacs file (or whatever) to make indents using real
TABS instead of translating them to spaces. How?

783. By Andreas Roehler

user configured `py-shell-name' is not honored by `py-guess-default', lp:920079, fixed

new command `py-execute-region-default' forces the
systems default Python interpreter to execute, ignores

related functions redesigned, `async' argument dropped
`py-execute-region' now reads:

(defun py-execute-region (start end &optional shell dedicated)
  "Send the region to a Python interpreter.

When called with \\[univeral-argument], execution through `default-value' of `py-shell-name' is forced.
When called with \\[univeral-argument] followed by a number different from 4 and 1, user is prompted to specify a shell. This might be the name of a system-wide shell or include the path to a virtual environment.

When called from a programm, it accepts a string specifying a shell which will be forced upon execute as argument. "
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782. By Andreas Roehler

renamed: tools/ => devel/

make visible these files are not for common usage

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