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|Boost.Python create new reference to existing Python object from C++|
To accomplish this, one must modify another frame on the call stack.
Be warned, this is dependent on the Python implementation. For
example, in Python 2.7, the inspect module and sys.settrace() can be
used to modify locals() on a specific frame.
I would highly recommend using a Python solution, as was done in this
answer, and monkey patch the desired class' __init__ function. For
|Python: Multithreading between Java subproccess and Python listener?|
It's pretty hard to tell here, but I think what you're asking is how
Launch a program in the background.
Send it input, as if it came from a user on the console.
Read its output that it tries to display to a user on the console.
At the same time, run another thread that does other stuff.
The last one is pretty easy; in fact, you've mostly written it, you
just need to add a thread1.start()
|Python Twisted reactor shared across python processes?|
One solution would be to make script1 'smarter' so that it runs the
one single twisted reactor, but also have it running additional
polling code that monitors either the file system or the network for
bespoke 'instructions' sent from the other two scripts.
The instructions from the other two scripts would then instruct
script1 about what to listen for (e.g. what ports etc to listen on and
|Using unicode characters in Python's command line (Python 3.4.1.)|
This will depend on the encoding of the terminal you are using -
One of the most complete encodings is utf-8, and if you ensure your
on utf-8 you should have no problem printing these characters.
The "charmap" encoding is used on the windows terminal - and can only
didplay a subset of 256 unicode characters - which do not include
'u02c4', among possibly others you might want.
|How can I execute Python scripts using Anaconda's version of Python?|
don't know windows 8 but you can probably set the default prog for a
specific extension, for example on windows 7 you do right click =>
open with, then you select the prog you want and select 'use this prog
as default', or you can remove your old version of python from your
path and add the one of the anaconda