How to customize python-mode from menus
Trying to upgrade from python-mode 6.0.2 to 6.0.5, and had some problems.
As a debugging / problem isolation technique, it was suggested that my problem might be related to some indexing issue, and that I should customize py-imenu-
I have no clue how to do this. I tried the menus, but after reaching: Options / Customize Emacs / Programming / Languages / Python ... I couldn't guess where to go next, nor even if I had gone to the right place thus far.
It was also suggested to turn off outline mode via customize py-outline-
This was also not obvious to be reachable via the above Customize Emacs menu.
There is the possibility that that the word "customize" was intended to convey some information other than the "Customize Emacs" menu, but if so, it is not clear what.
I see a number of other menus appear after loading python-mode that didn't appear in the prior version I used, so clearly things are much different than before. I've only glanced at these menus so far, figuring that new versions would/should work the same as old versions, but better, until such time as I learn about and turn on more options. This may have been a bad assumption.
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