solipsis at pitrou.net
Wed Dec 30 09:01:36 CET 2009
Le Wed, 30 Dec 2009 03:33:18 +0100, Roald de Vries a écrit :
> I'm using a database, and want to use python interactively to manipulate
> it. On the other hand, I also want to be able to use it non-
> interactively. In that case, it would be a waste of CPU to load the
> function/class definitions meant for interactive use.
Why don't you write a separate writer script for the interactive
behaviour? This would be much simpler than trying to guess whether the
current Python process is "interactive", since the latter is ill-defined.
Remember, explicit is better than implicit.
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