[IronPython] First cut of an interactive IronPython Interpreter running in the browser
jonathan at slenders.be
Sun Jun 15 03:34:42 PDT 2008
Good work, this looks useful. Maybe you also want to capture the 'tab'-key
-- I hate spaces for indentation.
Some bug I noticed, when calling stdout.write myself:
Python 2.5.0 () on silverlight
> The interactive browser interpreter by Michael Foord
> >>> import sys
> >>> sys.stdout.write('test')
> test>>> print 'a'
> ... print 'b'
I guess it's also impossible to ever capture sys.__stdout__ or
sys.__stderr__ in silverlight, apart from writing a IronPython host in c#.
2008/6/15 Michael Foord <fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk>:
> Michael Foord wrote:
>> Well, I've finally converted my Silverlight interactive interpreter to
>> work with Silverlight 2 Beta 2 - and it works!
> Hmmm... damn. Still doesn't handle syntax errors properly. This may well be
> the fault of my code though - I'll need to look into it.
> For non syntax-errors it seems to be working fine.
> If you really want to see the source you can get it from the xap file:
> I might start a google project to get an SVN repository for the code.
> Michael Foord
>> There's no download yet and I've only tested on Firefox 3 and Safari (but
>> needed to get it working on FF 2 and IE).
>> It also doesn't include much of the standard library yet either - but this
>> could be great for tutorials and interactive documentation.
>> Michael Foord
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