I've already done this. I did this a couple months ago and posted the
diff to the list.
f = open(name,'r')
db = marshal.load(f)
f = open(name,'w')
Yes, the word 'END' lines up with the block body instead... py-mode
groks the '# END' tokens properly to allow indent-region & the like to
And it requires no changes to python. I dont see a reason to add this
to python at this late date. Either use emacs, or write a 'indent' for
python code that also groks these.
If people want this, then pester Tim to add it to py-mode. (Tim, I
assume you still have the diff I posted. I havent mangled the new
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