IDLE interacting w Shell
tim_one at email.msn.com
Fri Jun 11 03:54:52 CEST 1999
> I am trying to use IDLE somewhat like Emacs. I can't use Emacs
> because some of Numpy Code will stop and kill the shell on Emacs when
> certain errors occur. Not to mention IDLE is a lot lighter.
Guido is working hard to close the gap <wink>.
> Every time I hit F5 or 'Edit|Run module' I get an output window. I
> want to get the run results and direct to shell like Emacs' C-c C-c,
> instead of getting an output window.
The current CVS IDLE has distinct "run script" and "import module" cmds.
The former is much closer to pymode C-c C-c, although you still need to
explicitly save the file before running it. Eventually I suppose it will
grow "run region" etc subcommands too.
> for exaple: if I have following in Editor and press F5
> import os
> I would like to see following working on the shell:
> >> dir(os)
Yes, works fine with the new "run script" cmd. Any output produced by the
script is also written to the shell window -- the separate output windows
time-machine-working-overtime-ly y'rs - tim
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