Re: Activating `-i' from inside a script?
At 08:24 PM 6/26/2003 -0400, François Pinard wrote:
>Hi, Python friends.
>Is there a way for a script to activate the effect of the `-i' option, that
>is, to force interactive mode once `__main__' has run? For one application,
>I would like that if the application discovers some data discrepancy or
>failure (not a Python error) and only then, and if the application was also
>started from a tty, it gives the user to interactively explore, using
>Python, the context that was built while the run was going.
You can use sys.exit() within __main__ to terminate the interpreter if
there is no problem, and use -i to run the module.
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