learning and experimenting python.
steve+python at pearwood.info
Fri Dec 30 19:44:48 EST 2016
On Sat, 31 Dec 2016 05:51 am, BartC wrote:
> In usenet posts >>> gets confused for quoted material 3 levels deep
> (which on my newsreader is shown as coloured vertical bars on the left).
Indeed, which is why my Python startup file contains this:
# Change the main prompt. Consider using '≻≻≻ '?
# This is non-portable and may not work everywhere.
if (sys.version_info >= 3 and os.name == 'posix'
and os.environ['TERM'] in ['xterm', 'vt100']):
# Make the prompt bold in Python 3.
sys.ps1 = '\001\x1b[1m\002py> \001\x1b[0m\002'
sys.ps2 = '\001\x1b[1m\002... \001\x1b[0m\002'
sys.ps1 = 'py> '
That gives me a "py>" prompt, bolded in Python 3 and plain in Python 2.
“Cheer up,” they said, “things could be worse.” So I cheered up, and sure
enough, things got worse.
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