two small issues with effbot's windows console module
aleaxit at yahoo.com
Mon May 28 14:45:17 CEST 2001
Unnice following up to myself, but...:
"Alex Martelli" <aleaxit at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:9etek203dq at enews1.newsguy.com...
> I tested the module under Win/NT SP4, and it has two
> strange issues.
Actually, both issues are with readline.py, not
with Console.py itself.
> It disables Ctrl-Z in an interactive
> session (workaround: raise SystemExit, or equivalent).
...because it does no test for it whatsoever (I think).
> After the interactive session is finished, the text
> cursor disappears from the Command box, making normal
...because it keeps .cursor(0) normally, with a .cursor(1)
only while the line-reading loop is active, and there is
no .cursor(1) at the end to restore things.
Both issues are worked around by adding an extra case:
elif e.char == "\032":
to the while 1: loop in method readline().
As I was at it, I also added rudimentary history with
up/down arrow (the class did keep a history but offered
no way to navigate in it, that I could see). I included
both tiny fixes in the already-mentioned
(downloadable, as mentioned before, only by navigating
to this URL in your browser then clicking on the link
which displays the same URL).
> command-prompt work pretty hard. Are there easy and/or
> known fixes I'm missing, or shall I look deeper into
> these myself...? Thanks!
I'd still be interested in better known fixes...
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