From: Patrick K. O'Brien <pobrien@or...> - 2001-09-13 02:01:20
The latest release of PyCrust is now available at:
Here are the details on the latest changes:
0.6 (8/21/2001 to 9/12/2001)
Added PyFilling.py and filling.py.
PyShell.py and PyFilling.py can now be run standalone, as well as
Added crust.py and moved some code from PyCrust.py to it.
Added command history retrieval features submitted by Richie Hindle.
Changed shell.write() to replace line endings with OS-specific endings.
Changed shell.py and interpreter.py to use os.linesep in strings having
hardcoded line endings.
Added shell.redirectStdin(), shell.redirectStdout() and
shell.redirectStderr() to allow the surrounding app to toggle requests that
the specified sys.std* be redirected to the shell. These can also be run
from within the shell itself, of course.
The shell now adds the current working directory "." to the search path:
Added support for distutils installations.
Patrick K. O'Brien
"I am, therefore I think."