I would like to have emacs work as a python ide for me. I can't seem to find how to compile from within emacs. I'm using python2.7 but when I do M-x python-mode it seems to compile using python2.7. Is there some command which I could bind to some key so that I can quickly run my code and see the output?
Short, unhelpful answer: press
You can get help on the current mode(s) in use by typing
The ‘inferior’ (nothing to do with quality) Python interpreter runs in a buffer named
You can obviously do all this with a mouse if you don't like keyboard commands. And if you go through the documentation for