I just released version 1.7.0 of Elpy, the Emacs Python Development Environment. This is a feature release.
Elpy is an Emacs package to bring powerful Python editing to Emacs. It combines a number of other packages, both written in Emacs Lisp as well as Python.
(require 'package) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("elpy" . "http://jorgenschaefer.github.io/packages/"))
M-x package-install RET elpy RET.
Finally, run the following (and add them to your
Changes in 1.7.0
- Elpy now can add missing import directives automatically, by using Alec Thomas' excellent importmagic library. Use C-c C-m to add a single import statement, or C-c C-S-m to include all missing import statements. Many thanks to Georg Brandl for doing a lot of work to bring this feature to Elpy!
- The Jedi backend now also supports C-c C-d to display a docstring. Thanks again to Georg Brandl for the patch.
- It is now possible to disable the display of the current function in the echo area by setting elpy-eldoc-show-current-function to nil.
- idomenu was removed as a dependency. Elpy did not have any particular provision for this aside from loading it. Users who want to keep using it can just install the package manually.
- Twisted's Trial test runner is now supported. Thanks to Elric Milon for the patch!
- All test runners now use a variable to decide which command to run, which for example allows using manage.py for the Django test runner, or your own test script which sets up the environment correctly.
- Emacs 24.4 is now officially supported.
- Various bugfixes.