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Someone knows how can i read the output from Python? i'm writing a simple python shell, but i'm not able to get the ouptut from PyRun_SimpleString(). Please Help me Wezzy...

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    Default Python and ObjC

    Someone knows how can i read the output from Python? i'm writing a
    simple python shell, but i'm not able to get the ouptut from
    PyRun_SimpleString().

    Please Help me

    Wezzy
    Wezzy Guest

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    Default Re: Python and ObjC

    In article <1g13869.ufaxrfigy7qeN%Fabioest.it>, [email]Fabioest.it[/email] (Wezzy)
    wrote:
    > Someone knows how can i read the output from Python? i'm writing a
    > simple python shell, but i'm not able to get the ouptut from
    > PyRun_SimpleString().
    >
    > Please Help me
    You may want to turn things around and drive stuff from Python. That way
    you're much more flexible in where you direct your output to. Also: you
    get to write more Python code and less C code, which guarantees a longer
    life ;-).

    Is it strictly neccesary for your application to _embed_ Python? Maybe
    it's an option to run Python as an external process, and communicate
    with it through a pipe.

    Just
    Just Guest

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    Default Re: Python and ObjC

    Wezzy wrote:
    >
    > Someone knows how can i read the output from Python? i'm writing a
    > simple python shell, but i'm not able to get the ouptut from
    > PyRun_SimpleString().
    Start here:

    [url]http://pyobjc.sourceforge.net/[/url]

    HTH,

    -jcr
    John C. Randolph Guest

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    Default Re: Python and ObjC

    John C. Randolph <jcrnospam.idiom.com> wrote:
    > Wezzy wrote:
    > >
    > > Someone knows how can i read the output from Python? i'm writing a
    > > simple python shell, but i'm not able to get the ouptut from
    > > PyRun_SimpleString().
    >
    > Start here:
    >
    > [url]http://pyobjc.sourceforge.net/[/url]
    Thanks for the link, i have already visited PyObjC's site without any
    result. Now try again.

    --
    Ciao
    Wezzy
    Wezzy Guest

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