There's one more here. showturtle() command shuts Spyder down with the
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bit (AMD64)] on win32
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>>> from turtle import *
>>> Fatal Python error: PyEval_RestoreThread: NULL tstate
Thread 0x00001c88 (most recent call first):
File "c:\python35\lib\site-packages\spyder\utils\bsdsocket.py", line 64
line 453 in run
File "c:\python35\lib\threading.py", line 914 in _bootstrap_inner
File "c:\python35\lib\threading.py", line 882 in _bootstrap
Current thread 0x000018dc (most recent call first):
line 335 in qt_nt_inputhook
In this respect here is a question regarding IDLE. Is there an abridged
version of Spyper - just a console + editor + a primitive menu,
a sort of Spyder Python IDLE with the ability to use Turtle graphics engine
for educational purposes. Or to put it differently, how can i compile my
IDLE out of your source, if any?
вторник, 11 октября 2016 г., 5:53:39 UTC+10 пользователь Carlos Córdoba
> Currently this is not possible because Spyder is hardwired to work only
> with Python kernels. However, we're working to decouple this and allow
> other kernels and languages in Spyder 4.0
> El 10/10/16 a las 06:33, Андрей Логунов escribió:
> In other words, how to connect to the existing kernel for Julia or other
> How to specify kernel json in Windows and Linux (Fedora 24)?
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