Thanks
Dietrich

Il giorno martedì 11 ottobre 2016 11:00:38 UTC+2, Almar Klein ha scritto:
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> There already is an issue for it. And now wrote it on my personal todo 
> list. Might be a few weeks before I get to it though.
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> https://github.com/pyzo/pyzo/issues/248
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> *From: *Dietrich Pescoller <javascript:>
> *Sent: *10 October 2016 14:39
> *To: *Pyzo <javascript:>
> *Cc: *dit...@gmail.com <javascript:>
> *Subject: *Re: [Pyzo] Strange behavior in console history
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> Ok,
> was thinking there is just a simple line/command to type...
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> Anyway, do you thing this is something which will be fixed soon? So should 
> we just wait and be patient, or should we try to find a way to leave with 
> this issue?
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> Thanks,
> Dietrich
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> Il giorno lunedì 10 ottobre 2016 11:23:00 UTC+2, Almar Klein ha scritto:
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> That’s probably possible. But typing that code into the logger shell each 
> time would be tedious. So you’d have to modify the Pyzo source code.
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> *From: *Dietrich Pescoller
> *Sent: *10 October 2016 09:23
> *To: *Pyzo
> *Cc: *dit...@gmail.com
> *Subject: *Re: [Pyzo] Strange behavior in console history
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> Is there perhaps a temporary manual workaround for this? For instance to 
> load the history tool entries into console?
> This would be already be very useful
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> Thanks,
> Dietrich
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> Il giorno sabato 24 settembre 2016 14:26:14 UTC+2, Almar Klein ha scritto:
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> I think both tools keep track of history separately from each other. While 
> the tool preserves it between sessions, the shell’s own history does not. 
> There is an issue to fix the latter.
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> *From: *Dietrich Pescoller
> *Sent: *23 September 2016 15:44
> *To: *Pyzo
> *Subject: *[Pyzo] Strange behavior in console history
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> Do some one else have strange behaviors in the Ipython console History 
> using pyzo?
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> The history viewer seems to work properly, ie.. if you issue a new command 
> it updates the history.
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> If you restart the shell, if you use UP and Down arrow the commands do not 
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> If you issue a new command and do not restart the shell the arrow work for 
> that command.
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> It is strange because the history viewer contains typically all the 
> commands from older sessions... but those are not recallable from the 
> Ipython-console
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> Thanks,
> Dietrich
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