Running a script in windows

Chris Gonnerman chris.gonnerman at newcenturycomputers.net
Thu Dec 27 15:00:19 CET 2001


> On Thu, 27 Dec 2001 20:51:49 +0900, Jonathan Gardner
> <jgardn at alumni.washington.edu> wrote:
> 
> I know this comes up a lot, but I can't seem to find the answer in
> the archives. (If the answer is RTFM, please let me know where.)
>
> I don't have a windows box on my desk. A friend of mine does, but I 
> can't get to it. He is trying to run a program I wrote, but the 
> error message is coming up too fast for him to catch it. How can 
> you keep that error message window around longer in Win2K? (BTW, 
> let's pretend he doesn't know how to use the DOS prompt.)
>
> Jonathan

Rewrite your script like this:

import sys

try:
    # your script body goes here
except:
    import traceback
    traceback.print_exc(file=sys.stderr)
    raw_input()

Hope this helps.





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