>> Anyone testing on xemacs? I tried it, and C-c C-c sent xemacs into an
>> infinite loop (apparantly).
> It works fine for me in XEmacs 21.4 (patch 17) (i386-debian-linux,
> Mule). If you could answer a few questions, it might help me track down
> the problem:
> - What version of xemacs are you running?
> - What version of doctest-mode are you running (0.4 or 0.5)?
> - Are you using doctest-mode by itself, or in combination with another
> mode (via mmm-mode)?
> - Does pressing control-g (possibly repeatedly) cause it to become
> - Does it always freeze when you hit C-c C-c? Or does it depend on the
> contents of the buffer? Does it freeze if you run it in an empty
> You could try changing the value of doctest-python-command, to see if
> that helps -- "M-x customize-variable doctest-python-command". Set it
> to the full path to a Python interpreter.
Value: "21.5 (beta2 \"fuki\" XEmacs Lucid"
I tested with 'hello.py', which is attached.
Load hello.py. M-x mmm-mode. Then move cursor to the highlighted test
region (the triple quoted doctest). C-h k C-c C-c says 'doctest-execute'.
good. Now C-c C-c sends xemacs into an infinite loop.