remote evaluation of Python code typed in html webpage frame

r0g aioe.org at technicalbloke.com
Fri Jan 15 17:26:27 CET 2010


dmitrey wrote:
> Thank you for the link, but I meant what is appropriate soft to be
> installed on my server to do things like that.
> Also, for my purposes it's better to have some text with possibility
> of reexecuting after some minor code changes than python interpreter
> command prompt.
> Regards, D.
> 
> On 15 янв, 16:41, "Diez B. Roggisch" <de... at nospam.web.de> wrote:
>> Am 15.01.10 15:16, schrieb dmitrey:
>>
>>> hi all,
>>> what's the simplest way to create a webpage with a frame for Python
>>> code to be typed in (as a plain text, or, better, as a highlighted
>>> text or something like scite or any other easy python IDE, capable of
>>> automatic indentations), and then pressing a button to evaluate it
>>> using a remote server?
>>> Thank you in advance, D.
>> http://try-python.mired.org/
>>
>> Diez
> 



The Web2py framework works a bit like that, although it's not quite as
simplistic as what you describe. May be worth a look though.

Roger.



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