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use for Python programming language in Emacs. Emacs supports several versions of the language implementation, versions, and coding styles. Python questions should augment with additional tags as appropriate as described in the description below.

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Is there an integration between projectile and python-mode that allows for one python interpreter buffer per projectile project?

I use projectile with python (and anaconda mode) to work in emacs. When starting an ipython interpreter buffer, the first such session works fine. However, attempting to start a second session, for ...
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Changes in python mode Emacs 24 → 26

Certain key combos seem to have changed behaviour from emacs 24 to emacs 26 in python mode (python.el). Notably: Emacs 24: (no python shell open yet) C-c C-c: Run python: ... ; Dedicated process?; ...
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prevent EMACS LaTeX mode from indenting pycode environment?

I'm using pythontex to allow me to embed Python code in LaTeX files. (It's really great, BTW.) I edit my LaTeX with EMACS. Unfortunately, EMACS thinks that any environment should be indented, and if I ...
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Emacs/realgud/Python: How to display variables at each step?

Using emacs and realgud one can have a separate buffer that automatically shows where the program is currently stopped (by displaying that line of source code). Is there an easy way to get realgud to ...
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Display two vertical rules, at columns 79 and 87

Python code now often is limited either to 80 columns, or to 88 columns. fci-mode allows drawing a vertical rule at a single column, but not two. I'd like to do something very similar in appearance ...
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Elpy - Close Window when invoking elpy-shell-kill

Elpy helps a great deal, when editing Python-Code. For example it let's you run the current file with C-c C-c in a new Window with a REPL. When i'm done with this, i can hit C-c C-k (elpy-shell-kill) ...
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function to convert python dict arg to kwargs?

I would like to be able to start with code like this: def foo(a, b, {"c": 1, 'd': 2, "e": 3}): then execute some emacs function with my cursor anywhere between the {} characters, and rewrite the ...
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Enhance python lsp-mode with elpy functions and keybindings

I've been using Elpy for a long time and have grown used to many of the default keybindings. I recently decided to give lsp-mode a go to see how it compares. I set it up following this blog and made ...
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Problem debugging in `gud-mode' (M-x `gdb' with `many-windows' enabled)

I'm debugging a large codebase (written in C++). Everything works perfectly if I run gdb from a regular terminal as follows: $ gdb <program-name> Reading symbols from <program-name>......
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Org-babel Python with :session

I don't know what happened with org-babel and Python recently. My intuition and my experience with preparing lectures last year was that the :session option would cause Org Mode to capture all the ...
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Flycheck Python introspection into modules?

I have flycheck working seemingly as advertised with Python on Emacs 25.2.1. The configuration check shows all dependencies are satisfied and enabled. It does handle introspection within the same ...
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Kill inferior python in python.el mode

At the moment I am killing the Python interpreter with C-d each time I want to quit Python interpreter. What is the name of the function to kill the Python interpreter in Python mode (the one which ...
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Flycheck error buffer empty for python files in the {package-name}/bin/ directory

I have this odd problem when I run flycheck on the python files inside the {package-name}/bin directory of my git repository. When I attempt to run flycheck on these files, the buffer with the ...
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C-c ' for editing all code blocks (to handle imports and variables)?

The Org manual says: C-c ' for editing the current code block. It opens a new major-mode edit buffer containing the body of the ‘src’ code block, ready for any edits. This feature is sweet. ...
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Open a file in read-only preprocessed mode

I often create files with a special extension, e.g. pkl (python pickle), and would like to display these in a read-only buffer after processing them with some external command. E.g. in the case of ...
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emacs and anaconda ipython

I'm trying to get Emacs to start ipython from Anaconda. I have two systems which are not identical so figured setting symbolic links in ~/bin/ipython as I have ~/bin/ pre-pended to my $PATH would do ...
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ModuleNotFound for absolute imports in Emac's Python Repl

For some reason, emacs does not seem capable of evaluating absolute imports for any python project I run. Here is my project layout: ├── loxy │   ├── errors.py │   ├── __init__.py │   ├── loxy.py │   ...
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Org Mode Python block evaluation cannot print result in the shell session

I have a python source block in org mode as below #+BEGIN_SRC python :session print('hello world') #+END_SRC and I have a Python shell already run, so when i press C-c C-c, the code gets ...
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Emacs Company-Jedi Python3 auto completion

I am trying to setup company-jedi to autocomplete for python3. The autocomplete is working for standard python3 modules; however, it is not working for packages I installed using pip3, in this case ...
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How to get rid of flickers in python shell?

In a fresh emacs session, each time I hit enter in inferior-python-mode, the window flickers. This does not happen in shell-mode. One can see the cursor goes to the middle of current window when ...
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Syntax highlighting not working in Emacs (in Python mode)

When I Python-mode I have noticed that occasionally my syntax highlighting is not working. I have noticed this when using the Cyberpunk theme as well as the Tango-Dark theme. Closing and reopening ...
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fixing python-mode automatic line-breaks in the output?

I'm using emacs python mode to evaluate python (3.6) code and expressions. The mode (or emacs) seems to automatically break output lines at a certain length, even though my screen is wide enough to ...
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Interpreter discrepancy in org-babel-python and python-mode

(Emacs version 26.1, Org version 9.1.9) I have tried numerous solutions to get working in org-mode source blocks. This solution works to change python-mode to utilize the Python3 interpreter, which I ...
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Using xonsh as python shell

I'm trying to use xonsh as my python interpreter in Emacs (the one invoked by run-python). I tried to do this by setting python-shell-interpreter to "xonsh". This works, but there are two issues: The ...
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Using tab as indentation in anaconda-mode with spacemacs

I recently installed spacemacs with the python mode and would like to change the default indentation to be TAB instead of four spaces. What I did is I added (setq-default indent-tabs-mode t tab-width ...
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How can I execute a python script on a given region of my buffer?

I have a .tex source and a python script called comments.py. This script reads my .tex source as input, does some operations on it and write a .com file as output. Then I have to reneame .com as .tex ...
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Can I return multi value in emacs org src code?

As follow code,can I get a list for other code block? #+name: test #+BEGIN_SRC python -n :exports both for i in range(5): return i #+END_SRC #+RESULTS: test : 0
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flycheck cannot enable python-flake8 configuration file not found

I'm trying to set up flycheck to run flake8 on my python files. I'm using pipenv so I set up flycheck-python-flake8-executable for my buffer to point to the virtual environment version of flake8 and ...
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how to "slow" down the execution of code blocks

on OSX 10.13.4 with emacs 25.3 and org-mode 9.1.12. Python is 3.5.2 with matplotlib 2.2.2 I am trying to find a way to have org-mode babel for python to slow down in some of the points of my code ...
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src python in org-mode: IndentationError: unexpected indent

mac 10.13.4 / emacs 25.3 (9.0) / org-version 9.1.12 / python 3.5.2 I am trying to understand why C-c C-c generate an IndentationError: unexpected indent when executing a simple code like the example ...
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problem when setting org-confirm-babel-evaluate to nil

apple: 10.13.4 emacs: 25.3 (9) Org-mode version 8.2.10 python3.5 As I have a bunch of harmless python blocks in an org mode file for a report, and did not want to keep pressing "y" every time ...
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Python in org babel will not work

I've recently moved to a new computer and cannot get org babel to work with Python (it worked fine on my old machine). I'm using OS X 10.12.6 with Emacs for Mac OS X based on Emacs 25.3 with org-mode-...
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Is there a package for semantic refactoring

Is there a package that allows syntax aware refactoring in python or c++. For example, extracting a value as a parameter, into a function signature, extracting a block as a function (passing local ...
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Why are my .dir-locals not being applied even though they are loaded

Still on a never ending quest to get per project settings working for python using tramp and .dir-locals. Hitting a strange problem when I open a buffer I am asked if i would like to run my .dir-...
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flycheck cannot find python-pylint on macOS

I have installed pylint with: pip install pylint and it is in the following path: $HOME/miniconda2/bin and I have add the following to my .bash_profile: export PATH="$HOME/miniconda2/bin:$PATH" But ...
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How can i resolve tramp-error: Not a Tramp file name: using a /docker address?

Trying to set up .dir-locals to use a custom python interpreter inside a container so i can use run-python and get the REPL inside the container. I have this setup which seems to partially work in ...
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How do you run tests in anaconda mode?

Elpy has support for running test using your test runner. Looking at anaconda it does not seem to do the same functionality is there a package that can detect all your tests and let you run them ...
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Can not activate a virtual environment in emacs, but can through the usual shell

I created a virtual environment that I can activate used a command line from Terminal (Ubuntu): source/bin activate I did what follows to achieve the same on emacs: M-! then source/bin activate ...
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How to move elpy interactive python shell from bottom to the side?

I am using elpy as a python development environment. when I run a code in interactive python shell it shows the output in the bottom of the window. Can I move this bottom interactive python shell to ...
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how to change realgud:pdb pdb command

emacs' GUD (GrandUnifiedDebugger) provides way to change get pdb command name by using. (setq gud-pdb-command-name "python -m pdb") is there the way to do same with realgud
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debugging: how to optimize a RealGUD workflow

I code in Python and I my workflow uses debuggers (I coded for 8 years in Matlab). I develop numerical simulation codes: most of the time it returns a result, the question is: "Is the result right?" ...
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Python RuntimeError freezes the whole Emacs!

This happens to me almost every time after i have broken an infinite loop (RuntimeError: maximum recursion depth exceeded while getting the str of an object) in the Inferior Python process with C-c C-...
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How to syntax highlight Python f-strings so {...} uses regular code colors?

Update, Emacs 28 supports f-stings Python 3.6 supports F strings, eg: So: print(f'Test {} me!'.format(2 + 2)) Can be written as: print(f'Test {2 + 2} me!') Which print's Test 4 me, Is there a way ...
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list of current variables in a buffer for Python code

I would like to find a way to reproduce the "Workspace" of Matlab or the equivalent "Variables" window of the awesome pudb debugger directly in emacs for python code: it is a window which details the ...
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Problem with emacs and input() using iPython 3.6.4

I am using emacs 25.2.1 Look at the following simple code: import sys def yes_no_barrier(message): print(message + ' (yes/no): ') while 1: s=str(input(message + ' (yes/no): ')) ...
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How to control emacs externally?

I'm developing an app in python which sends commands to a running emacs instance. Currently, I start an emacs server and send the commands through the command line, like this: subprocess.call(['...
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python "WORKON_HOME" not showing virtual environments in helm

I've check to see my WORKON_HOME env is set to where I want it at /home/user/anaconda3/envs but in helm the only option i get is .. if I select that option Emacs thinks my virtual environment is ...
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How do I use a Python library in emacs?

I am trying to use Webkit, but I can't get emacs to find the necessary python library EPC that I installed via pip (in Anaconda). Here is the error message: Debugger entered--Lisp error: (file-error "...
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No native completion with python3 in Emacs 25.2

On Emacs 25.2 and Python 3.5 on an Centos-like Oracle Linux I have the issue that invoking a python shell gives me no completion. To reproduce, start $ emacs -Q --eval '(setq python-shell-interpreter ...
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How to run blocks/cells of python code in emacs?

https://i.stack.imgur.com/TIxlR.png The picture shows what I mean by "block" - I mean a cell of code that is delimited by some sequence of characters, in this case '#%%', that can be executed by the ...

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