Stopping a script in PythonWin?

Steve Holden sholden at holdenweb.com
Fri Jul 6 23:11:41 CEST 2001


"Chris Barker" <chrishbarker at home.net> wrote in message
news:3B460F65.CBA46D2D at home.net...
> HI all,
>
> When using PythonWin, Is it possible to stop a running script without
> killing the whole IDE? I find that I want to do that on a fairly regular
> basis, and have not found a way to do it.
>
If you look in the system tray you'll see a Python icon (oicon?). Right-menu
on that has a "break into running script" item. Note that this won't work if
your program is hanging in systems calls (e.g. waiting for socket input),
but it's better than nothing.

> Also, the command window doesn't auto-scroll when a script is running
> and dumping stuff to the screen, this makes it kind of hard to see what
> is going on. Is there a way to get it to scroll?
>
Sorry, don't know.

regards
 Steve
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