[IronPython] Python in the Browser updates
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Tue Jun 17 23:51:41 CEST 2008
Sorry for the noise - but tomorrow I hope to package this for a release
and if any of you get the chance to give me any feedback before then.
I think I have fixed all the basic usability issues (it is no longer
possible to screw up the console so that it refuses further input for
example). To *really* fix input I ought to move execution into its own
thread so that we can interrupt infinite loops  - but that is a
bigger change so I am resisting it for the moment.
The big change is that I have added some simple code snippets - as an
example of how it could be used in tutorials or for teaching Python.
It is also easy to customize - the source code (200 lines of Python, 70
execution context and show the first few lines of code in the interpreter.
You can get the sourcecode from the repository of course:
All the best,
 and then decide whether on windows a ctrl-c should send a keyboard
interrupt or copy to the clipboard...
Michael Foord wrote:
> For those who are interested, I've updated "Python in the Browser".
> Both the repository:
> And the online demo:
> There are a few minor but nice improvements:
> * The textarea scrolls as input is printed
> * The context window is disabled to prevent you pasting over the input
> area - not sure if this is really an improvement though...
> * The input area is cleared on load - to stop browsers like Firefox
> and Safari repopulating the textarea for us on browser refresh
> * Recursion limit is set
> I think it is basically in a useful state now... I might push out a
> '0.1' release from the current SVN head.
> All the best,
> Michael Foord
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