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Re: Python interactive navigation around nested functions

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: Python interactive navigation around nested functions
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2016 08:26:35 +0200
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On 21.06.2016 07:45, Dima Kogan wrote:
Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:

         def wwrap(f):
             print 'Inside wwrap()'
             def wrapped_f(*args):
                 print 'Inside wrapped_f()'
                 print 'Decorator arguments:', arg1, arg2, arg3
                 print 'After f(*args)'
             return wrapped_f
         return wwrap

Traditionally (IMO), C-M-a goes to the nearest beginning of defun at the
same AST level or higher.  So from "return wrapped_f", it seems reasonable
to jump to "def wrapped_f(*args):".
Hmmm. That's not at all how I always thought this was supposed to work,
but I actually see this behavior in several modes across several

Thats because of bugs in lisp mode WRT beginning-of-defun --cherished for decades-- it can't be done right that way. From there the bad manner might have expanded.

Tried to fix that in lisp-mode here:


  so it looks like you're right. I don't really LIKE it,
though, so let me ponder.

Thanks for setting me straight

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