#9 Emmulate SciTE in regards to program execution

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2004-10-30
2004-10-29
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Change the behaviour of the Prompt window to better
emulate SciTE in regards to executing a program.

1) display the command line. When I execute the program
foo.py in SciTE (version 1.61), the Output window displays:

>pythonw -u "foo.py"

2) Scroll to the command line after the program exits.
In the above example, SciTE will set the line ">pythonw
-u "foo.py" to be at the top of the Output window when
the program exits.

Discussion

  • Daniel Pozmanter

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  • Daniel Pozmanter

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    1) Done for 3.6.8 (This actually has the nifty effect of
    making the stc bug work around uneccessary).

    2) I am not inclined to do this. However for a later
    release I am going to look into executing arbitrary python
    code on program end (letting people tell drpython exactly
    what they want it to do).

     
  • Matthew Thornley

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    1) Thanks. It's very encouraging to provide feedback when
    the turn-around time is so quick!
    2) There is a good reason to consider doing this. If the
    executing program spews a lot of output, then it is
    difficult to find where the output for the current session
    begins. Another possible work-around is to provide a way of
    clearing the prompt window so that the next time a program
    is executed, only the output from that session will be in
    the prompt window.

     
  • Daniel Pozmanter

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    1) :) Sweet. It is also encouraging to get the good feedback.
    2) This is something I plan on doing, I am just not sure
    about implementation.

    People have asked about cclearing the prompt automatically
    on program exit. I figure letting people execute (for
    example, a drscript) on program exit, might be a good way to
    do this. On the other hand, perhaps a plugin would be best.

    The prompt window is cleared when a new program is run.
    the runcommand function (DrFrame) uses stc.SetText to set
    the text for the whole stc to the command used to run the
    program.
    The prompt is filled up via OnIdle calls from the drPrompt,
    using stc.AddText.

     

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