You were right Evan, I was lost but now I’m found: http://ipython.scipy.org/moin/ HUGE improvement on the beautiful Python interpreter. Tab completion! Bash commands! Yes!
>>> execfile(‘myscript.py’) # Execute ‘myscript.py’
This is comes in very handy when working in the Python interpreter: >>> import os >>> os.getcwd() # Returns the current working directory; usually the directory you were in when you started the interpreter >>> os.chdir(‘/path/to/directory’) # Change the current working directory to ‘path/to/directory’. Also accepts bash commands like ‘..’ and ‘/’
Sometimes I am forced to use windows, and for some reason (although I can’t blame anyone not giving a crap) there is no easy_install for Python 2.6 on Windows.Â So I followed these instructions from monkut on the Stack Overflow forum: For installing setuptools for 2.6 download “ez_setup.py” from: http://svn.python.org/projects/sandbox/branches/setuptools-0.6/#egg=setuptools-dev06 And run it [In the […]