Emacs: how to make abbrevs work in python comments?
I'm trying to use abbrev-mode in python-mode. Abbrevs work fine in python code but doesn't work in python comments. How can I make them work in python comments too? Thanks.
My question How do I write comments for my class methods in C++ using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and make them appear in the tooltip? Maybe it should work, but I do not see my comments appear in the
While in C++/C mode, Emacs 23 colors source code comments in bold red. Strings literals are colored in light pink. I would like to switch these colors (comments in light pink and string literals in r
I wrote this code: x = 0 while x == 0: print 'd' When I type C-c! and C-c C-c the code runs. Now the question is: How I stop the execution of that code?
This question already has an answer here: How to find and remove the invisible characters in text file using emacs 3 answers How to remove ^M characters in Emacs? It doesn't work using dos2uni
How to make this work on IE this wont work in IE , new FormData() api is not supported by IE browsers is there any other api equivalent to new FormData() in IE /********************************/ var f
I know Emacs 24 introduced lexical scoping; that is great but I work with lexical scoping all the time, and I'm trying to see from a different point of view with dynamic scoping. Originally I just did
I have emacs and python working on OSX, but I'd like to get a python interpreter working in a split window so I can view output as I code. Is this possible? thanks
I have a question regarding the use of M-x man in Emacs. I'm working with Tramp all the time and often the installed program base on the remote server differs significantly from my local setup. I see
I have a git log alias that prints each commit as a single line. Since some people write far too long one-liners in the commit log, many commits wrap to a new line. How can I format the git log output
I program with Emacs on Ubuntu (Hardy Heron at the moment), and I like the default text coloration in the Emacs GUI. However, the default text coloration when Emacs is run in the terminal is different
I want to make a reference sheet for Emacs. I have several questions: Are there anywhere definitive cheatsheets on Emacs to base on? If not, how can i make it myself and how should it look like? For
I use Emacs only for \LaTeX and python programming. Is there a way to automatically turn on flyspell-mode when I work on a .tex file, and turn on flyspell-prog-mode when I work on a .py file? How can
I downloaded an emacs configure file from here: https://github.com/redguardtoo/emacs.d I install it and learning to use emacs. When used YASnippet, I found auto-complete's key binding didn't work. Wh
How do I set the font size of comments in emacs. I want the comments to be smaller in size than the rest of the code. I also want it to be highlighted.
I am trying to setup my GNU Emacs 24.3.1 for python development following the instructions here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cZ7szFuz18 The installation gave a few warnings but was successful. Th
JPG files can contain text comments via the FF FE marker. I have a few questions about this: How do I specify the length of the comment? Is it possible to not specify the length at all, if the commen
I use gnu emacs on Mac OS X, but I can't find the .emacs. And I create ~\.emacs, but it doesn't work. How can I config my emacs?
Based on ConfigParser module how can I filter out and throw every comments from an ini file? import ConfigParser config = ConfigParser.ConfigParser() config.read(sample.cfg) for section in config.se
I am very familiar with emacs--and I realize that there is nothing that it cannot do--but there are some things that it does not do well or efficiently. So, being between projects I am open to the ide
I'm using django.contrib.comments for allowing users to comment on a blog. How is it possible to make the comments display on the Django Admin /admin/comments/comment/ and make them clickable for edit
How can I tell (from inside of .emacs) whether or the Emacs version is Cocoa? I only want some configuration options to apply when they are loaded in Cocoa Emacs and not in the command-line version.
This is the form file of django.contrib.comments.forms: https://github.com/django/django/blob/master/django/contrib/comments/forms.py I need to create an object of that form and use it in template. I
My Emacs editor can't work with ibus chinese input method, ibus shows No input window when cursor is on Emacs. I run Emacs with alias like LC_CTYPE=zh_CN.UTF-8 emacs, It actually works before, but
Currently using Python 2.4.3, and not allowed to upgrade I want to change the values of a given attribute in one or more tags, together with XML-comments in the updated file. I have managed to create
Setup: Emacs 24.2.1 running on Ubuntu 13.04 Using version provided by the software center (modified by Debian). Issue: The binding C-c C-c is not recognized with python.el (it does work on python-
I am quite new to Emacs. When running Emacs' python interpretor, it does >>> print(24) print(24) 24 Is there a way I can prevent the re-printing of my input and make it as below? >>>
I started using XEmacs in Cygwin and wanted to use it as a Python IDE. I found the required pluggins here: http://gabrielelanaro.github.com/emacs-for-python/ but whenever I start xemacs it says cann
I'm trying to make pytesser (downloadable here) work on my mac OS, but I don't succeed. I installed Tesseract, PIL and all the dependencies. I unzipped pytesser in my python lib folder and modified t
How to make SchemaCrawler to work in Windows? GraphViz is installed. Now I'm trying to make a diagram of a whole PostgreSQL database using the command line: sc.cmd -command graph -outputformat png -ou
How do I make an executable from Python 2.7.3 scripts? This seems to work only on 2.6.
I've got all these comments that I want to make into 'RDoc comments', so they can be formatted appropriately and viewed using ri. Can anyone get me started on understanding how to use RDoc?
In Org-mode there are several ways to make comments. But I do not know of any way to make inline comments. According to the manual regions surrounded by ‘#+BEGIN_COMMENT’ ... ‘#+END_COMMENT’ will not
if I hit Ctrl-D KDevelop will comment out the line where my cursor sits, which is all good. What's not so good is the C++ style comments it chooses // I want it to use /**/. Is there a way to make KDe
In osx I make all new emacs buffers open in the same window/frame by putting this in .emacs. (setq ns-pop-up-frames nil) Alias to make emacs open a file in a new buffer (NOT frame) and be activated/co
I encountered a little problem on my emacs: I use my emacs to write lisp, but, you know, lisp's indent is so crazy. So how to insert the indent line for the emacs? On the Internet, I get a paragraph e
In JSP: <%-- Comments removed in server --%> What is the equivalent when I run in Python/Django ?!? I don't want the HTML comments visible in the client side...
In emacs flyspell-prog-mode, comments are spell-checked. However, many of my comments are commented blocks of code, and are highlighted as spelling errors. How can I tell Flyspell to ingore all of the
Python's IDLE has 'Check Module' (Alt-X) to check the syntax which can be called without needing to run the code. Is there an equivalent way to do this in Emacs instead of running and executing the co
I am using Emacs python-mode. I invoke it using this in my .emacs (add-to-list 'load-path ~/emacs/python-mode.el-6.0.3/) (autoload 'python-mode python-mode Python Mode. t) (add-to-list 'auto-mod
I am trying to get zookeeper to work in standalone mode for python api testing and am having issues with the python api. 1) Here is how I installed on ubuntu 11.04 sudo apt-get install zookeeper sudo
OLD QUESTION: How To Kill Characters Before The Cursor in Emacs? OLD COMMENTS: According to a reference, it should simply be the delete key, but the delete key as well as the C-d commands kill the cha
How can I execute very simple Python-Code in Emacs' Org Mode? The first example works fine, however I can't make it give me the result of simplest computations: ; works #+begin_src python def foo(x):
I'm using WindowBuilder (0.9.0.r36x201102111130) together with Emacs keybindings, but inside the WindowBuilder source editor, the Emacs copy/paste commands do not work. I've tried to search for any co
How can I make emacs always close a sgml-tag (C-c-C-t)? For example div, h2 tags work fine but p or li do not. Basically I'm looking for a way of specifing that I'm always using xhtml when I insert a
I am just starting Python, so bear with me if I am missing something obvious. I have read about the decorators and how they work, and I am trying to understand how this gets translated: class SomeObje
I just wonder how does html comment tag work with php code. If I have the following code, does php parse it anyway? <!-- <?php echo hi; ?> --> a simple question, but I guess it is impor
I'm new to emacs and I want to use ensime in Windows. I had a try but it doesn't work. It seems that it doesn't work because there is a *nix format file named \ensime\bin\server.sh . Very appreciate
I access/modify .[ch] files over nfs mounted directory via autofs (/net/<machine>/<c file location>). These files are not backed up in the emacs though I have configured (setq make-backup
Using django comments framework http://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/contrib/comments/ Not sure is there option, to make all comments non private before they passed moderation... Looks like all my