Yup, I still have the mod. It requires more work to fit in smoothly with
_all_ of pymode's features, though, and since I personally (a) have no
problem with Python today, and (b) dislike the looks of this, wouldn't
put it in unconditionally in any case.
If people who want block-closers can agree on a specific scheme, I'll
volunteer the time to fiddle pymode accordingly afterward. But since I'm
not interested in it myself, I'm not volunteering time to debate the
merits of competing schemes. Well, one point: a scheme that can't deal
with a Python program presented as a single long newline-free string
doesn't achieve all the things block-closers _should_ achieve.
talk-about-quick-'n-dirty-hacks<wink>-ly y'rs - tim
Tim Peters firstname.lastname@example.org
not speaking for Kendall Square Research Corp