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The simplest way would be to use the line:
<Command name="Run Current Document" Ctrl="yes" Alt="no" Shift="no" Key="116">"
This utilizes Windows file associations to pick the correct program for executing
the current file. Assuming that python is associated with .py files, running
this when the current file is a python file will execute it with python. This
has the added bonus (for those working in mixed language environments) that
you can run any file types that windows recognizes. (Or the drawback that it
doesn't work if you've associated NotePad++ with your .py files, which will
result in merely reopening the current file in NP++)
Alternatively, a new feature (plugin) suggestion would be to make an integrated
python debugger similar to the php debugger plugin: DBGP.
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