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Emacs Lisp runtime interface for Python

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Emacs Lisp runtime interface for Python.

WARNING: This repo is in development. It was automatically generated with mkpylib. If you're reading this message, it means that I use this repo for my own purposes right now. It might not do anything at all; the default functionality is print('TODO').

If you really want to try it out, feel free. I recommend reading through the code and commit history to see if it does what you need, or ask me for status updates.

Stay tuned!


python3 -m pip install -U eli

(That strange-looking setup command is because I've found it to be the most reliable. The pip command often aliases to python 2, and pip3 often installs to the wrong Python package directory.)

Once it's installed, you can do this:

import eli


... which will print this:





A library by Shawn Presser. If you found it useful, please consider joining my patreon!

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