Command-line tool able to take multiple commands at one time?
Peter A. Schott
paschott at no.yahoo.spamm.com
Fri Nov 11 22:19:36 CET 2005
I'll give it a try. I've been using PythonWin and SPE recently and hadn't
really messed with IDLE too much as I liked the somewhat more advanced features
of the other IDEs. I'll check it out again.
Also thanks to all for the IP hints - I may check those out as well.
"Devan L" <devlai at gmail.com> wrote:
> Peter A. Schott wrote:
> > Per subject - I realize I can copy/paste a line at a time into an interactive
> > session when I'm trying to debug, but was wondering if there is any tool out
> > there that allows me to copy sections of working Python scripts to paste into my
> > interactive console and let those run so I don't have to copy line-by-line.
> > Not sure if iPython would meet that criteria or not or even if such a beast
> > exists. It would be helpful for debugging some of my simpler, yet still lengthy
> > at times, scripts.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > -Pete Schott
> It's called IDLE (At least, the interactive session with it). Some
> people dislike IDLE, though.
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