[IronPython] Console and comment line 0.9.6
Martin.Maly at microsoft.com
Wed Dec 14 18:02:30 CET 2005
As for the code changes, the console interactive loop is not perfect yet and we will improve it to handle more common cases.
The change to make comment a token is only for the tokenizer in the 'verbatim' mode, which is only when used by the Visual Studio colorizer. Otherwise the tokenizer simply ignores the comments.
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Subject: [IronPython] Console and comment line 0.9.6
I'm using IronPython 0.9.6 as scripting engine.
I redirect the Iconsole to my own ReadLine and so on. In my ReadLine I read a file and transfer it line by line to the scripting engine. It was working with version 0.9.3 To make a long story short:
When the file includes a comment line ( like "# this is a comment"), the console only answers for the future with "...".
The same occurred, on IronPythonConsole.exe when you enter a line starting with '#' .
... More code
I added a break from the loop when ParseText returns null.
Is that the right way?
I found that the difference between 0.9.3 and 0.9.6 is that the comment is now a token ( TokenKind.cs).
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