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Re: dsiplaying messages immediatelly

From: David Grundberg
Subject: Re: dsiplaying messages immediatelly
Date: Fri, 05 Feb 2010 11:35:05 +0100
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Dupuis wrote:
I've developped an application under octave to perform signal analysis. A
new value of the result is printed every 5 seconds.
I always work inside an Emacs windows, everything runs fine. I've setup the
same script as a stand-alone application for a student, launched through
xdg, so he gets a launcher on his gnome desktop. The script is executable,
and first line is #!/usr/bin/octave
The initialisation phase runs OK, but he gets no display at all, until the
script is cancelled: everything thus appears, but piped through 'less'. He
works as a user in a pristine environment, if I try the same program under
my session it just runs fine. I suppose there is something to adjust in
environment variables, but what ? Any idea ?



If you want to disable paging in your script only, try calling 'more off' or 'page_screen_output (0)' in that script.

The pager used is determined by the PAGER environment variable.


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