[PythonCE] pcceshell with support for input() and raw_input()
mike at pcblokes.com
Tue Jul 20 15:54:46 CEST 2004
Isr Gish wrote:
>I finally figured out that I need to also put the name of the file of pcceshell as the 2nd parameter. (was looking a little at the source code in python.c "don't understand much* but trried anyway".).
>Now I see that it gets imported, but it still closes down as soon as it finishes importing.
>Please help with this I realy need to be able to use input() and raw_input() funcs.
>Idealy it would be much better if we could have those funcs to work in the new shell.
>Thanks in addvance
>All the best,
I quite agree.
I got the new distribution working - I did have the first version of
2.3.4 not the fixed one.. so redownloading it solved my problems.
*However* - the new funky version closes the shell down as soon as a
program has exited... the Tkinter distribution is (IMHO) still
experimental... so we don't have a way of pausing the output of a script
and actually viewing the result..
There was a hack to add raw_input on the wiki.....................
It would be a *really* useful feature - user interaction on the pocketpc
is basically impossible without it......
> >From: "Isr Gish"<isrgish at fastem.com>
> >Sent: 7/14/04 10:59:26 PM
> >To: "kashtan at validus.com"<kashtan at validus.com>
> >Cc: "pythonce at python.org"<pythonce at python.org>
> >Subject: [PythonCE] RE: Forgot to attcach the files
> >I was playing a little around with this, but I can't get it to work.
> >This is what I tried:
> >1) \shell, when I do this it starts up and closes down right away.
> >2) /shell, with this it starts a regular version of python, but it seems without the old shell. Because I see that the input() and raw_input() functions still don't work.
> >(I tried with and without quotation marks.)
> >I didn't try to comment out anything yet. I wanted first to see if it works at all.
> >All the best
> >-----Original Message-----
> > >From: "David L. Kashtan"<kashtan at Validus.Com>
> > >Sent: 7/12/04 9:35:40 PM
> > >To: "Isr Gish"<isrgish at fastem.com>
> > >Subject: RE: Forgot to attcach the files
> > >
> > >It should be possible to run that shell using the "/shell" command line option.
> > >The ONLY problem is that it is using the SIPINFO() stuff that is no longer in
> > >win32gui. Could you try commenting that out and seeing if it works?
> > >David
> > >
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