cliechti at gmx.net
Sun Jun 23 20:36:02 CEST 2002
"Ugo García" <plugin at supercable.es> wrote in
news:1024856420.145085 at seux119:
> Hi all. I'm making a game and I'm using Python as the script language.
> I'm including a console to communicate with Python. I can
> interactively send commands to the interpreter but I can't obtain the
> response from it. Is there any way to redirect stdout and stderr in
> order to print its contain to the screen?
sure. just assign a file like object to sys.stderr and stdout.
def write(self, text):
#write 'text' to GUI here
sys.stdout = sys.stderr = DummyFileForWrites()
so you can do the same for sys.stdin but then you would need read,
readline, and readlines.
Chris <cliechti at gmx.net>
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