[IronPython] Startup scripts
curt at hagenlocher.org
Fri Nov 28 03:48:04 CET 2008
The Python standard is to use "site.py" to load custom startup code; this
file is run automatically at startup. It's located in the Lib subdirectory
of the directory containing the interpreter exe. This works under both
CPython and IronPython.
On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 1:22 PM, Richard Bowen <toolsack at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a simple question that I'm hoping has an answer I'm looking for. I'd
> like to have a startup script to seamlessly run before running a
> specified script.
> Eg I can have a script/module that defines foo() and call on startup
> then when I run ipy I can call foo() straight on the command line.
> However when running a command or script I have to re-import the module:
> ipy.exe -c "import start; from start import *;foo()"
> what I'd like to be able to do is:
> ipy.exe -c "foo()"
> is that possible? (I have a .bat file that makes it work, but I'd like
> to avoid if possible)
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