Dear Bruce,

Thanks for the feedback. I just check, the default shortcut of IDLE Python 2.6 Ubuntu 9.04 (which I was using all the while) is "/usr/bin/idle-python2.6 -n". Does the "-n" switch has something to do with my problem? When running the same script using VIDLE, I didn't face any problem at all. By the way, if I run my idle-python2.6 without the "-n" switch, the problem solved.

Thanks.

On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 1:12 AM, Bruce Sherwood <Bruce_Sherwood@ncsu.edu> wrote:
How do you start IDLE? I just tried running /usr/bin/idle-python2.6 in a typescript on Ubuntu 9.04 and did not see the problem you report.

You say you're now running VIDLE. Does it work properly, or does it have the same problem that your IDLE has?

Bruce Sherwood

TH Chew wrote:
Hi all,

Been trying to get the latest version of VPython working in my laptop. I successfully compiled the source and installed using Python 2.6. The problem is after I ran my VPython script using IDLE, and close the VPython window, my IDLE exited at the same time. I tried running using command line python; the python exited when I closed the VPython also. The same thing happened if I used IPython. While I now used VIDLE to run my VPython script, is this considered some kind of bug or it is just me doing something wrong somewhere?

Thanks in advance.

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