I just pushed a change to change the current directory when executing a file, 
even if not as a script. I suppose pragmatism beats purity here...

- Almar



From: Dietrich Pescoller
Sent: 22 September 2016 11:50
To: Pyzo
Cc: dit...@gmail.com; aujoes...@gmail.com
Subject: Re: [Pyzo] Re: Launch shell in script directory

But if I do so,
the problem is that the shell is restarted,
so previous calculations are lost.

Maybe a third run option should be available:
- change folder in current shell, and execute file without restarting the shell

Thanks,
Dietrich

Il giorno giovedì 22 settembre 2016 10:32:58 UTC+2, Almar Klein ha scritto:
To set the working directory to the script you run, use “run as script”.
 
If you mark a directory as a project (i.e. star it), you can press the star and 
select “go to this directory in the shell”.
 
Regards,
  Almar
 
From: Dietrich Pescoller
Sent: 21 September 2016 11:16
To: Pyzo
Cc: aujo...@gmail.com
Subject: [Pyzo] Re: Launch shell in script directory
 
I have the same difficult,
wandering if you found a solution for this.

Thanks

Il giorno lunedì 7 dicembre 2015 15:20:22 UTC+1, aujo...@gmail.com ha scritto:
Hi, 

This may be a really silly question but when I want to execute a simple script 
with only one file of code using F5 (which seems the most appropriate way) the 
current working folder of the shell is not updated to the folder of the script 
(like it woud in matlab for instance). 

I also noticed that in the right panel it is possible to show some sort of 
explorer from which I can load python files for instance. 

My question is : How do you "tell" pyzo to run the script in its folder (which 
would be convenient when using external data files). 
Is it possible to change the current directory the explorer I was talking about 
(like in Matlab)? 

I am asking this because I cannot use the autocompletion in the python shell 
when using the cd command which makes it really tedious to use. 

Thanks a lot.
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