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Re: detect prompt change for interactive python

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: detect prompt change for interactive python
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 23:34:39 -0600
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gamename wrote:

My normal prompt is "> ".  When I start python interactively with
"python -i", the prompt is now set to ">>> ".

Everything works fine except when I try to recall the previous
commands with "comint-previous-input".  The previous command is
restored to a position just after the first ">" sign.

Here are some examples.

bash prompt:

python interactive:

behavior I want:

How do I dynamically set the buffer to accept ">>>" as a prompt and
restore commands in the correct spot?

Both shell-mode and inferior-python-mode are based on comint-mode, so
`C-h v comint-prompt-regexp'.  But I suspect what you really want is
`M-x run-python'.

Kevin Rodgers
Denver, Colorado, USA

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