Documentation bug: Python console behaviour changed
tim.golden at viacom-outdoor.co.uk
Tue Jul 19 15:05:42 CEST 2005
| Peter Hansen wrote:
| > Kay Schluehr wrote:
| >> The documentation of the Python console behaviour is not correct
| >> anymore for Python 2.4.1. At least for the Win2K system
| I'm working on
| >> 'Ctrl-Z' does not shut down the console but 'Ctrl-D' etc.
| >> The Python interpreter tells me instead:
| >>>>> quit
| >> 'Use Ctrl-Z plus Return to exit.'
| >> Nah, 'Ctrl-Z' is now undo :-)
| > Are you really using the console, started with the "Command
| Prompt" icon
| > from the Start Menu (or some equivalent)? And are you sure
| you haven't
| > installed something else that magically changed the
| behaviour of Ctrl-Z?
| > (I get the documented behaviour with Python 2.4.1, under Win XP.)
| > -Peter
| I'm getting the same behavior as Kay.
Usually means you have a readline package installed:
I know that this one gives the effect described:
Don't know about this one:
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