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Backend for the elpy Emacs mode

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The Emacs Lisp Python Environment.

Elpy is a mode for Emacs to support writing Python code. This package provides the backend within Python to support auto-completion, documentation extraction, and navigation.

Emacs will start the protocol by running the module itself, like so:

python -m elpy

This will emit a greeting string on a single line, and then wait for the protocol to start. Details of the protocol can be found in elpy.rpc.

This package is unlikely to be useful on its own.

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