On Aug 20, 12:50 pm, beginner <zyzhu2...> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I am using the Wing IDE. It works great when developing applications,
> but the workflow is like Visual Studio -- after you execute it or
> debug it, the python script ends.
> What I want is an interactive interpreting environment. I want the IDE
> to execute a boot script to initialize my environment and create some
> basic data objects. And then I want to be able to type in command on
> the command line using these objects. The IDLE that comes with Python
> does this, but compared with Wing, it does not have a lot of the
> convenient features.
> I am wondering if there is anything more powerful than IDLE that can
> do this.
If Wing could load my init script into a python session ONCE and then
run my code in another files MANY times, with or without the debugger,
without starting a new python session, that would be great.