[Eric] Eric4 questions
aboudouvas at vodafone.net.gr
Wed Aug 15 22:50:55 BST 2007
Thanks for the help!
In project viewer, what one can accomplish with the "Others" tab ?
I mean, what is the exact usage of it, what info may we keep there ?
Ah, and what about keeping the Project Directory and not keep asking every time for a new project ?
Is a switch available for that ?
From: Detlev Offenbach [mailto:detlev at die-offenbachs.de]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2007 8:05 PM
To: eric at riverbankcomputing.com
Cc: ΑΝΤΩΝΗΣ ΜΠΟΥΝΤΟΥΒΑΣ
Subject: Re: [Eric] Eric4 questions.
On Mittwoch, 15. August 2007, ΑΝΤΩΝΗΣ ΜΠΟΥΝΤΟΥΒΑΣ wrote:
> i just feel the need to ask some question about Eric4. By using it i
> already have some wondering about it.
> So here they are:
> a. Can we save the set of preferences that we set in Eric4 so we do
> not have to re-set them in another pc or when we uninstall/install a
> new version ? Maybe this is a file that they kept in so we can copy
> that file over.
It's stored (on Linux) in the file ".config/Eric4/eric4.conf" in the users home directory. On win32 the stuff is stored in the registry.
> b. Can we suppress the dialog box that is displayed when a program
> finish execution and control returns to Eric4 ?
That is displayed when a debugging session ends. When you do a run action, that dialog doesn't show.
> c. I use Phil Thompon's binary installer (windows). What i have to do
> so to install Eric4 new snapsot's versions ? unzip the source in a
> directory and run "python install.py" ? Is this enough so it can
> actually replace my \python25\lib\site-packages Eric4 installation with the new one ??
Just installing the snapshot should be enough. However, be aware, that installation of a new binary installer will overwrite it.
> d.I have the Shell window "hidden" so i can have space for more code
> on the editor. Is there a way to bring this Shell window back to open
> after program finish execution so i can examine print statements an such ?
Not automatically, you have to enable the Shell window via the menu or give the toggle shell window action a reasonable keyboard shortcut.
> Thanks lot for any help and i apologize for the question-list :)
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