[pydotorg-www] Edit wiki page on IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments

John Fields jsf at jsf.com
Thu Jun 11 22:25:57 CEST 2015

wiki account JohnFields

I would like to either edit or suggest an edit to the description of the
IDE, Exedore, on the page.

The forwarded email from the developer verifies that the input() function
is not supported, meaning any programs requiring console input using
input() will not work in this IDE.  I believe that is significant and
should be pointed out.

The edit I suggest to the description of Exedore is as follows:

Current description:

Commercial with feature-limited free trial. A Mac-native, single-window IDE
inspired by Xcode. Features integrated debugger, tabs, code completion with
tab triggers, syntax highlighting themes, search and replace with regex,
integrated REPL sessions, goto definition, file browser, integrated
documentation browser.

Add one sentence:

As of June 2015, does not support input() meaning any console input using
this function is not supported.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Celestial Teapot Support <support at celestialteapot.com>
Date: Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 9:22 AM
Subject: Re: Couple of questions on Exedore
To: John Fields <jsf at jsf.com>

Hi John,

sorry, but input() is not currently supported, and I don't have any docs :(

On Jun 9, 2015, at 8:48 PM, John Fields <jsf at jsf.com> wrote:


I have the latest version and purchased a license.  Running on Mac OX
10.10.3 (Yosemite).

I noticed if there is an input() function, the system will hang, message
"Initializing Python Interpreter" and the segmented circle to the right of
the X (Stop) button continues to go clockwise.

*import* os*,* sys

*if* __name__ *==* '__main__'*:*
    print*(*"Python Version: " *+* sys*.*version*)*
    print*(*"Python Executable: " *+* sys*.*executable*)*
    print*(*"Env var TEST_NAME: " *+* os*.*getenv*(*'TEST_NAME'*,* *None))*

print*(*'Enter the first number to add:'*)*
first *=* input*()*

If I take out the last line, first = input() it will run.

Not sure what the issue is.

Second, is there any documentation or readme file that I can download?


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