TextPad and Python
phrogeeb at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 7 06:18:28 CET 2003
Trying to get TextPad (http://www.textpad.com) to work with Python. It
has lots of neat features like a file full of syntax coloring codes
and an easy key-combination that executes the file in buffer and
places output in a new TextPad window.
I'm running into a question that I've seen come up a couple of times
with Emacs. (Is Emacs on Win better than TextPad, even if I'm just a
newbie?) I can run simple files that come up just fine in the new
window. However, anything including input of any sort returns an error
code that looks like:
Hello?Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\test.pyw", line 1, in ?
a = raw_input("Hello?")
EOFError: EOF when reading a line
Tool completed with exit code 1
In Emacs the answer was that you use two commands:
C-c ! py-shell
C-c C-c py-execute-buffer
However, the win version of Python 2.3 apparently doesn't come with
either of these files.
Can anyone give me any suggestions?
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