Pychecker under Windows
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Wed Nov 26 15:20:26 CET 2003
"Steve Holden" <sholden at holdenweb.com> wrote in message news:<iEXwb.1475$US3.586 at okepread03>...
> You can redirect python output to a file from the Windows command line. The
> only caveat is for *some* command processors (NT in particular, IIRC) output
> redirection only works if you explicitly call the python interpreter (i.e.
> use the command "python prog.py > file.out") rather than implicitly call it
> (i.e. use the command "prog.py > file.out").
Sadly, the way to use Pychecker on Windows involves indirect usage;
you call it via a batch file on the command line. Redirecting that -
at least on Win98 SE - doesn't work, instead creating an empty file
and sending all output to stdout as normal.
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