[pymvpa] problems with running python scripts in terminal: IndentationError and No output
debian at onerussian.com
Wed Nov 17 15:08:53 UTC 2010
glad to see that NeuroDebian VM resolved your issues with software
installations. now indeed it would have been great if we had some basic
tutorial for newcommers on how to use Debian Linux -- we have plans for
those but unfortunately lack of time.
May be someone could help us out with them -- we would be grateful.
Back to your specific questions:
1. running python script, I didn't even know drag/drop way...
easiest -- just call it with python, i.e. in terminal type
on how to "create" file.py -- the "problem" with linux is a
variety, there is tons of nice editors and IDE environments to be used
with Python. E.g. I use emacs + python-mode, then I just have my
Python in an emacs subwindow and type Ctrl-C C to get it executed
Some people use ipython directly and just call %edit file.py to
modify/run the script
some people use advanced IDEs creatde for or tailored toward Python:
eclipse + pydev, pida, brian, etc
psychopy guy has his own minimalistic IDE primarily for Psychopy's
Python scripts, but you could edit/execute any other there as well
needless to say that all those are available for you in NeuroDebian VM
2. just run python scripts in something with persistent window for
output -- terminal directly, or some IDE which maintains "Output window"
3. not sure what was your problem with saving... may be you tried to
save to the path where you have no permission for writing?
hope this helps
On Wed, 17 Nov 2010, Meng Liang wrote:
> The second problem is about the example start-easy.py script. When I ran
> this script, whatever option I chose ('Run in Terminal' or 'Run'), it gave
> me nothing - it looks like the program was run but no output was given (or
> maybe the new pop-up terminal window immediately closed after the program
> was run so that I couldn't see any output even if there was any?). But if
> I type the commands one by one into the terminal, everything is fine and
> after the 'print' command, the output message appeared in the terminal.
> How to solve this problem?
> The third problem is about saving a py file. It should be a basic linux
> question but I couldn't find a proper answer on the internet. I created a
> new file named "test.py" and double clicked it. gedit automatically
> lauched and opened the empty file. I wrote some python commands in the
> file and click 'save'. But I got an error "Could not save the file...".
> What did I do wrong?
> Sorry for all these (probably very naive) questions and thanks very much
> for your time!
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