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Hi, my Python and Vim friends.

Here is the second release of `pynits'. The documentation has been
revised. Messages have been internationalised, defaulting to English,
with French as a localisation. Thanks to those who were courageous
enough to look at the initial release! :-)

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Pynits is a useful tool while editing Python source code from within
Vim, for tidying up individual sources lines, and doing some auxiliary
tasks. I find it particularly helpful when formatting lines containing
long or complex expressions. This tool requires a Python-enabled Vim.

The Pynits tool may be downloaded from:
http://fp-etc.progiciels-bpi.ca/showfile.html?mode=archives
while installation directions may be found at:
http://fp-etc.progiciels-bpi.ca/showfile.html?name=pynits/README
The documentation file is also available on the Web as:
http://fp-etc.progiciels-bpi.ca/showfile.html?name=pynits/pynits.txt

There are three sets of commands in this tool. A first set takes an
entire line of Python source code (which may contain line continuations)
and works hard at choosing a "best" surface representation, completely
rebuilt from its syntax tree. A second set is meant to discover
and report various formatting nits, and even to correct them when a
correction recipe is known. A final set contains random commands,
usually for a few simple reformatting tasks.

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