Written for python-mode.el by Andreas Roehler on 2012-03-03

- Menu reworked and extended

- extended commands combine executing statement/block... with dedicated/switch... etc. This may remove some need of customization.

- local environments support started
  If calls to common `py-shell' should use local executable
  instead of default system Python set
  `py-use-local-default' alongside with

- `py-toggle-shells' alias of more powerful `py-switch-shells'
  Toggles between the interpreter customized in `py-shell-toggle-1' resp. `py-shell-toggle-2'. Was hard-coded CPython and Jython in earlier versions, now starts with Python2 and Python3 by default.

- `py-shell-name' accepts PATH/TO/EXECUTABLE
  in addition to name of an installed default Python-Shell.
  Permits installing commands like
  (defun python-XYZ-shell (&optional argprompt)
    "Start an Python-XYZ interpreter ... "
    (let ((py-shell-name "PATH/TO/PYTHON-XYZ"))
      (py-shell argprompt)))

- new commands `indent-tabs-mode', `toggle-indent-tabs-mode',
  `indent-tabs-mode-on', `indent-tabs-mode-off'

  feature after a request at Stack Exchange asked Jul
  13 '11 at 13:23 saying
  `tab-width' now follows `py-indent-offset'

- new command `py-execute-region-default' forces the
  systems default Python interpreter to execute, ignores

  related functions redesigned, `async' argument dropped
  `py-execute-region' now reads:

  (defun py-execute-region (start end &optional shell dedicated)
    "Send the region to a Python interpreter.

  When called with \\[univeral-argument], execution through `default-value' of `py-shell-name' is forced.
  When called with \\[univeral-argument] followed by a number different from 4 and 1, user is prompted to specify a shell. This might be the name of a system-wide shell or include the path to a virtual environment.

  When called from a programm, it accepts a string specifying a shell which will be forced upon execute as argument. "
  [ ... ]

- new `py-number-face',
  visible only when customized and `py-use-number-face-p' is `t',
  inherits default face
  With large files fontifying numbers may cause a delay
  Credits to

- new boolean `py-verbose-p'
  if `t', reached indent level etc. is messaged

- new commands py-execute-buffer-dedicated, py-execute-buffer-switch -dedicated

- `toggle-py-smart-indentation' new command
   also `py-smart-indentation-on', -off

Updated on 2012-03-03.

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