[wingide-users] Re: redirecting stdin from a file in the debugger?
DenisKolodin at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 12:29:27 MDT 2011
Wingware Support <support <at> wingware.com> writes:
> If you don't need to do any stdin via the Debug I/O tool I think you can
> just replace sys.stdin w/ a file something like this:
> sys.stdin = open('myfile', 'r')
> If you want to do this only when Wing's debugger is active then:
> import os
> if 'WINGDB_ACTIVE' in os.environ:
> sys.std = open('myfile', 'r')
> (or something similar)
> Please let me know if this does not help.
If you'll run this script with Popen from another script in Wing it will
in script which run that script with stdin tricky and it will be OK.
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